Snap-on Introduces Hard-Handled Impact Wrench
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Snap-on Introduces Hard-Handled Impact Wrench

The PT650 features one-handed forward and reverse selection, as well as a large, simple, four-position power level adjustment.

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The new Snap-on PT650 Impact Wrench is a hard-handled version of its big brother, the PT850. Following in the footsteps of the PT850, the PT650 features a new housing, nose piece, trigger and improved internals. Cold forged hammers and precision machined frame and anvil create tighter tolerances and load distribution producing harder-hitting blows and greater durability.

The PT650 features one-handed forward and reverse selection, as well as a large, simple, four-position power level adjustment. It is engineered to be a comfortable-to-use tool for all-day work.

“This tool weighs only 4.3 pounds and is the perfect solution for automotive and industrial work on axle and lug nuts; suspension, drivetrain and transmission repairs; seat bolts and front-end work,” said Rodger Isetts, a Snap-on Tools product manager. “The PT650 is an excellent impact wrench for general use in a technician’s collection. It has an improved center of gravity over the MG725 1/2 in. Drive Air Impact Wrench and is better balanced in the user’s hand with carefully positioned controls and a well-placed regulator for easy adjustment.”

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Improved materials used in the PT650 provide less porous, more solid components to deliver bolt breakaway torque of 950 ft.-lbs., torque reverse of 650 ft.-lbs., torque forward of 480 ft.-lbs., RPM free speed of 5,600, and the ability to strike 1,100 blows per minute.

Link: Snap-on 

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