I once got a flat tire in the middle of the road with no nearby repair shops in sight, so I had to change it myself. I had difficulty in loosening the corroded lug nuts on my Honda using a torque wrench. In other words, I spent a frustratingly long and difficult time in loosening the fixings before I had successfully replaced my tires.
The next time I got my tire changed, I was in a car repair shop. My local mechanic did zips here and zips there, and he was done. I was impressed. He recommended purchasing a cordless impact wrench for my own car repairs. He did not need to convince me any further as my arduous history of replacing my own tires without a cordless impact wrench was a nightmare.
Soon, I was on the lookout for the best cordless impact wrench. Admittedly, I was not able to buy the right one right away. I made some wrong purchases and wasted lots of money. Some wrenches broke easily while others were too heavy for me to use them with ease. So, before you buy your own cordless impact wrench, I suggest that you thoroughly evaluate the product first.
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