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Craftsman 1/2" Dr. Digi-Click Torque Wrench (25-250 ft. lbs.) EXPIRED

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Sears has Craftsman 1/2" Dr. Digi-Click Torque Wrench (25-250 ft. lbs.) on sale for $44.99. Free store pickup where available or shipping is free on orders $49+. Thanks babyjay8495 & rhaug

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Sears has this digital Torque Wrench for half price with free shipping. I had 9 dollars in surprise points so make sure to check there as well, don't forget about the CB sites. Good digital torque wrench that goes up to 250ft lbs, good for when torquing some axle shaft bolts.
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wow, you're a special kind of jackass... you even went to the site to see if it could be ordered, came back and left a reply, but couldn't be bothered to leave a link to the specific product.

fyi, Lowes sale/clearance prices are location specific, so the product and a zip would be helpful for others to get the item for the same price.
fwiw, i did go to Lowes.com to take a look and none of the torque wrenches are on sale at any of the stores around me... i don't need it, but i would've given them a link to help out.

you're a real value to the community, keep up the good work champ.
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what part of "none of the torque wrenches are on sale at any of the stores around me"? how would i know which torque wrench you're talking about, because you're too lazy to actually help people on the forum...

has nothing to do with how long it takes, like my situation, IT'S NOT ON SALE AT MY STORE, so a link and perhaps a zip would help get that price... lots of people have had luck with price matching using the sale prices of other stores.

so, yeah, it's about helping the community and you making "look at me and what i got!!!" posts in comparison to a different product, but with no useful information in a forum makes you a jackass...
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you can't be f*ckn serious...
can you?

i mean, seriously, you're this daft???
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Any idea if it beeps when it hits the target? Lowe's Kobalt version does not, which makes it pointless to have a digital one imho, especially since you borrow a standard one for free from the auto parts chains.
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Any idea if it beeps when it hits the target? Lowe's Kobalt version does not, which makes it pointless to have a digital one imho, especially since you borrow a standard one for free from the auto parts chains.
This clicks when you hit the torque, no beep
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Decent deal, lower than Amazon, which was $87.99. Purchased!
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Decent deal, lower than Amazon, which was $87.99. Purchased!
Huh you must be new
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The way I infrequently use torque wrenches, the $10 Harbour Freight wrench is fine for me. Sorry if you missed the last sale.
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The way I infrequently use torque wrenches, the $10 Harbour Freight wrench is fine for me. Sorry if you missed the last sale.
Hope most know that those sales come up frequently. I use the HF model and have been very happy with it over the years. Still calibrates within the range initially promised. Comparison web sites find them equally accurate.
Why would the DIYer pay more?
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The way I infrequently use torque wrenches, the $10 Harbour Freight wrench is fine for me. Sorry if you missed the last sale.
the harbor freight one does not go high enough. some nuts/bolt go over 200 ft/lbs. while infrequent, it can stop you from finishing a job, esp when the torque is needed half way thru. you got parts all over the place, waiting to go back on, when ONE nut needs 175 ft/lbs, then you gotta go searching for a torque wrench, and no parts store has one that goes over 150. however, the biggest plus for me with this wrench is the digital readout. it is much larger and way easier to see than the teeny micrometer etched wrenches. then there is the instant conversion to nm, and in/lb(kinda useless on 1/2, but on the 1/4, VERY handy).
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the harbor freight one does not go high enough. some nuts/bolt go over 200 ft/lbs. while infrequent, it can stop you from finishing a job, esp when the torque is needed half way thru. you got parts all over the place, waiting to go back on, when ONE nut needs 175 ft/lbs, then you gotta go searching for a torque wrench, and no parts store has one that goes over 150. however, the biggest plus for me with this wrench is the digital readout. it is much larger and way easier to see than the teeny micrometer etched wrenches. then there is the instant conversion to nm, and in/lb(kinda useless on 1/2, but on the 1/4, VERY handy).
That's my only complaint with the hf ones they don't go high enough
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This goes on and off for $60 periodically. Unfortunately this is a "Hot Buy" so add on coupons are applicable. It is however a useful torque wrench as it goes in the high 250 ft-lb range. My front struts require 167ft lbs on a few bolts.
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Any idea if it beeps when it hits the target? Lowe's Kobalt version does not, which makes it pointless to have a digital one imho, especially since you borrow a standard one for free from the auto parts chains.
Lowe's has the 1/2" digital torque wrench for $25 right now. 75% off. Not good reviews. Picked up one to use to remove my blades on my mower. Has a longer handle than the Kobalt breaker bar for $23.
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Lowe's has the 1/2" digital torque wrench for $25 right now. 75% off. Not good reviews. Picked up one to use to remove my blades on my mower. Has a longer handle than the Kobalt breaker bar for $23.
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I just picked up one in store but you can search Kobalt torque wrench on Lowe's site and it will come up. Looks like you can order it online.
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