So I'm in the market for a good impact. Both ryobi and ridgid have a promo for a free tool with the purchase of a 2 battery and charger kit. The ridgid is 169$ and makes 620 ft/lbs torque in reverse. The ryobi is 99$ however and only makes 300ft/lbs max torque. I really like the ryobi platform because their batteries are cheap and they don't change the connectors. Meaning I will never have to buy a new tool because they either don't make batteries anymore or because they are too expensive. I also have a ryobi drill and weedeater with batteries. I wanted to have interchangeable batteries to save space in order to not have two chargers and extra batteries to put in my toolbox, but I'm just not sure 300ft/lbs max torque will cut it for working on my truck. I plan to mostly use it at the junkyard for taking off really rusted on bolts. Do you think the ryobi will cut it or is it a better idea to get the ridgid?