Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8″ Ratchet – Tool Only

Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8" Ratchet
Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL Ratchet 2
Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8" Ratchet - Tool Only
Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8" Ratchet
(12 customer reviews)

$228.00

In Stock

UOM: EA SKU: 2557-20 Categories: , , , , , , , , , UPC: 045242508846

Description

Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8″ Ratchet

The Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8″ Ratchet Kit includes:

  • Tool only – batteries and charger sold separately

Also available:

  • 2556-22 M12 FUEL 1/4″ Ratchet Kit with batteries and charger
  • 2557-22 M12 FUEL 3/8″ Ratchet Kit with batteries and charger
  • 2558-22 M12 FUEL 1/2″ Ratchet Kit with batteries and charger

Optional 49-16-2557 3/8″ Ratchet Protective Boot sold separately

Features and Specifications:

  • Pneumatic ratchet performance with up to 55 ft-lbs maximum torque
  • Low profile head design for better access in tight spaces
  • FUEL™ technology, a reinforced mechanism and investment cast steel yoke housing
  • POWERSTATE™ brushless motor delivers up to 2x longer motor life
  • REDLINK PLUS™ intelligence prevents damage to the tool and battery due to overloading or overheating
  • REDLITHIUM™ batteries deliver more work per charge and more work over the life of the battery
  • Variable speed metal trigger for ultimate tool control
  • Premium rubber overmold withstands corrosive materials and provides increased user comfort
  • The LED light illuminates the work area
  • On-board fuel gauge displays remaining run time
  • Part of the M12 System, featuring over 80+ tools
  • Battery voltage and chemistry: 12V Lithium Ion
  • Maximum torque: 55 ft-lbs
  • No load speed: 200 RPM
  • Length – with battery: 11.84″
  • Height: 2.74″
  • Width: 1.93″
  • Weight – with battery: 2.84 lbs

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Weight 2.5 lbs
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12 reviews for Milwaukee 2557-20 M12 FUEL 3/8″ Ratchet – Tool Only

  1. Danny Casquilho

    My fave tool in my tool box! Not enough power from the ratchet? Use the tool like a regular ratchet to break it free, then use the battery power to remove fastener. Much more power than my air ratchet I’ve had in the past.

  2. Vern Hilman

    One of the most handy tools in my kit. They are not for taking the place of a breaker bar . If you have a rusted bolt, use common sense. It’s a very handy tool when used correctly.

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