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Chicago Pneumatic impact wrench has power

Posted on February 3, 2014
Chicago Pneumatic says the CP7732 Stubby ½-inch impact wrench is ideal for transmission, engine and brake work.

Chicago Pneumatic says the CP7732 Stubby ½-inch impact wrench is ideal for transmission, engine and brake work.

Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. says its new 4.4-inch (112 mm) CP7732 Stubby ½-inch impact wrench is an ultra-compact, powerful impact wrench designed for difficult work in confined spaces and is ideal for transmission, engine and brake work.

The CP7732 ½-inch Stubby impact offers an excellent power-to-weight/size ratio and provides 450 ft.-lbs.(610 Nm) of torque. Weighing only 2.9 lbs.(1.3 kg), Chicago Pneumatic says the addition to its product line can easily remove or tighten fasteners in the most difficult to reach applications.

A unique feature of the CP7732 is the ability to quickly change tool orientation for either right- or left-handed use. This user-friendly feature compliments the single-handed trigger which offers three power settings in both forward and reverse.

The tool features the Jumbo Hammer impact mechanism that provides both power and durability at 9,000 rpm. In addition, the steel and aluminum construction of the CP7732 provides ultimate tool durability, the company notes.

For more information visit www.cp.com.

Related Topics: Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co., CP7732 Stubby, Engine Serv, Impact Wrenches, Tools, Transmission Service

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