Campbell Hausfeld GSD 1/2" Impact Wrench, Twin Hammer, Variable Speed

SKU: M291170 XT002000
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M291170 XT002000

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1/2" Impact Wrench will help you power through the toughest jobs. Whether you are a weekend warrior or an auto enthusiast, you will appreciate the 400 ft. lbs. of working torque that the XT002000 delivers. This impact wrench boasts a heavy duty twin-hammer impact mechanism for maximum torque, while the 3-speed forward/reverse power settings adjusts to meet your specific project requirements. The composite housing reduces tool weight (5.6 lbs.) while maintaining durability; combined with the rubberized comfort grip the XT002000 features a user friendly design. With a maximum torque 750 ft. lbs, BPM of 1,200 and RPM of 8,500, this impact wrench gets stuff done efficiently. Average Air Consumption of 3.4 CFM @ 90 PSI. Maximum Pressure of 90 PSI. Minimum Hose Size of 3/8 inch. Air Inlet Size of 1/4" NPT (F). An air compressor with a tank capacity of 8 gallons or larger is recommended.

  • This 1/2" impact wrench boasts a working torque of 400 ft. lbs., BPM of 1,200 and RPM of 8,500, to get stuff done efficiently
  • The XT002000 features variable speed control while the lightweight design (5.2 lbs.) gives you the support you need in tight spaces to get the job done
  • The balanced twin-hammer mechanism reduces vibration, making this wrench more comfortable to use while reducing fatigue
  • The rubberized, ergonomic comfort-grip combined with the easy-pull trigger makes this unit user friendly

Air inlet: 1/4" NPT (F)
RPM: 8,500
Minimum hose: 3/8"
Working Torque: 0-400 ft. lbs.
Maximum Torque: 750 ft. lbs.
Bolt Capacity: 7/8"
Air consumption @ recommended pressure: 3.4 @ 90 PSI
Clutch Construction: Twin Hammer
Impacts Per Minute: 1,200
Size: 7-3/4"L x 3"W x 7-1/2"H
Weight: 5.2 lbs.


  • WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to