Hi Lance, I've got a cheap HF air impact that I seldom use, but it's there if I need it. The handiest tool I have is a Snap On 12 volt impact. If you don't have one in your shop you should get a 3/8" drive 12, 18 or whatever volt impact driver. Yes, they make 1/2" drive also but they are heavier to handle. For assembly or disassembly they are handier than a pocket in a shirt. True they are short on power for loosening lug nuts, but once they are broke loose a battery powered impact will spin lug nuts right off. I have one I carry in my pickup tool box as well as another in the shop. If you get one, you will use it all the time. Just keep a set of 3/8" sockets handy and you will fall in love with this tool. Check them out on Ebay and find a cheap one to give a try. Something to think about.. Dick
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