Buy an Ingersoll Rand impact wrench, get NASCAR die-cast collectibles

Ingersoll Rand is giving technicians a chance to take home a piece of IR Racing history throughout the months of September and October, 2012.

Participating Ingersoll Rand tool dealers are giving away a die-cast model of the No. 88 Ingersoll Rand hauler and race car — driven by Cole Whitt in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May 2012 — with the purchase of a 2135TiMAX 1/2" pneumatic impact wrench.

The 2135TiMAX is perfect for tackling any job in the service bay and offers unmatched reliability coming from a century of proven, engineering innovation, notes Ingersoll Rand. The 2135TiMAX has 780 ft.-lb. reverse torque and weighs less than 4 pounds, giving it the best power-to-weight ratio in its class.

It is engineered with a titanium hammer case for increased durability and features a patented, four-position power regulator and feather-touch trigger for maximum operator control.

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