Hey guys, I was hoping to get some advice. For maintenance and repairs, I have been getting by with 3/8" drive sockets and wrenches. I am planning to do some front suspension work soon on the '06, including replacing the LCA's. I feel like I've pushed my luck a bit on the 3/8" tools, using pipes on breaker bars and expecting something to yield or snap, so I'm thinking I would like to acquire some 1/2" drive stuff to better handle larger, stubborn fasteners. The '06 spent a lot of time on salty roads and sometimes the corrosion fights me when I'm trying to work on it. I know the quality of Harbor Freight stuff is variable, but I have had pretty good luck with most occasional use tools I've acquired there. I am wondering if something like this 1/2" drive corded electric impact would be helpful. https://www.harborfreight.com/12-in-heavy-duty-electric-impact-wrench-61173.html A cordless one would be nicer, but for the price point, this one looks like it could work well as long as it's not too awkward to actually use on the truck. It's fairly bulky, so that could be an issue. I'm open to other suggestions as well. Thanks.