100 ft lbs of torque on am impact is nothing to handle. Most tire stores
use 1/2" drive impacts that are capable of 175-150 ft lbs of torque. Your
Harley has a torque that is constant as opposed to that of an impact.
You should find the nitwit that posted 100 FT LBS of torque and flame
his ass to kingdom come.
Or read more closely.
Personally, I would assume that one would immediately go to inch
pounds when considering a an 8" long, 45 oz. 12v drill.
Sillier still, to compare that tiny drill to your Harley. Maybe that
should have been your tip off before posting.
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