Another one from the stable...

This is the oldest IR tool in my collection. I got it at Sears on some killer sale a couple of years ago. While this gun is at it's best with a lot of air behind it, I've used it a good bit with my portable twin tube compressor.

I was most impressed when I used it to pull off the crank pulley bolt on the engine going in my 4Runner. Since cranking the starter with a breaker bar attached to it wasn't an option, I was pleasntly surprised that it came right off (torqued to 180 lb fts normally)

It has done its share of lug nuts and suspension bolts. Great power to weight too.