Snap-on: new impact wrench makes techs’ jobs easier

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Snap-on Tools says its MG725 1/2-inch-drive impact wrench can help technicians remove lug nuts and change shocks and struts faster. The impact wrench features 1,190 foot-pounds of bolt breakaway torque and a free speed of 8,000 rpm and 1,270 blows per minute, according to the company.

With its one-piece housing, the MG725 is designed to be a durable, lightweight and balanced unit that minimizes vibration, which allows for less user fatigue. A field-replaceable cushion grip and cushion grip trigger button helps provide comfort with control, and a slim nose allows techs access into restricted applications and tight spaces.

Snap-on says the MG725’s impact mechanism is lubricated continuously through its sealed-in oil bath with Red Line synthetic oil, and the wrench also comes with a protective boot to help keep it cleaner longer. For more information, go to www.snapon.com.