Chicago Pneumatic is offering up one of its Stubby Impact Wrenches to a lucky CVW reader!
Chicago Pneumatic believes its people and expertise in the industry ensures that it only provides technicians with the latest, high quality tools – supported by efficient customer support.
The business first introduced its impact wrench to the market as far back as 1939, and shortly after, patented a ‘two jaw clutch’ mechanism for impact wrenches, in order to provide progressive torque for comfort and control, on either soft or hard joints. Indeed, the Chicago Pneumatic impact wrench range continues to be a tried and tested companion to the motor trade today.
The CP7762 3⁄4” Stubby Impact Wrench, for instance, has been well received by commercial vehicle mechanics since its launch last year. This lightweight 3⁄4” Stubby Impact Wrench measures just 158.7mm in length and weighs a mere 3kg, meaning it is both compact and powerful. The tool is equipped with a rugged steel motor that delivers a powerful 1420Nm in reverse for high productivity. Featuring a twin hammer action and an aluminium housing, the CP7762 can deliver optimum performance in the toughest operating environments.
Operator comfort is an integral part of the stubby impact wrench’s design. It is a well-balanced tool and features an ergonomic P-handle with full teasing trigger. The controls are designed and positioned for ease of use and include a one hand forward and reverse speed regulator button, as well as a side-to- side forward and reverse system.
This tool is the first ‘true’ 3⁄4” Stubby, asserts Chicago Pneumatic, and not merely a 3⁄4” drive put into a 1⁄2” tool, so it really does pack a punch when working in tight spaces that are difficult to access – on CV engine compartments, for instance.
Luckily, we’re offering one CVW reader the chance to win a CP7762 for themselves!
How to enter
To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, all you have to do is answer the following question (the answer to which can be found in this article):
Deadline for entries is 10/01/2019.