ok.. lets try this again. Trying to figure out which impact river to get for for making the room in the basement. (for use with framing screws.)
I kind of added the wrong tool in the last pic of specs. Didnt notice that was an impact wrench and not an impact driver. In my defense tho, that item was the second search result for impact driver under the ridgid brand.
Interestingly, and oddly, tho, home depot has listed there ridgid brand impact driver as either a single tool with no battery, or in combo kits with another drill. There (logical) combo of impact driver+battery+drill is discontinued. So it looks like you have to buy them seperatly at a higher price, on in a kit with more then you were looking for.
So here is the new pic of specs for some of the impact drivers i was looking at. Including both the ridgid tool only + a separate battery and charger. As well as one for a ridgid combo set.
The ridgid combo kit comes with a drill and an impact driver with two batteries and a charger. (And is still cheaper then buying a impact driver and batteries separately.) (The kit has two batteries instead of one if bought separatly. But they have slightly less amp hours. But with two, thats seems fine.)
*The non ridgid brands: They are all 20 volts, with a 1/4 max chuck, charger included, Lithium Ion batteries, variable speed, recharge in about an hour.
Ridgid: 18 volts, 1/4 max chuck, Lithium Ion batteries, variable speed. - Batteries and charging time depends on which one u get.
1am.. but lets hope i got that right this time.