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Craftsman Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench with 3/8-Inch or 1/2-Inch Drive - $39.99 or $19.99 YMMV

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Craftsman Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench with 3/8-Inch or 1/2-Inch Drive for $39.99

*Combine with current $20 CB when you spend $20+ to make it $19.99 after CB. Could be even lower if you have FREECASH offers. YMMV.

3/8" 25-250 torque - http://www.sears.com/craftsman-micro-clicker-torque-wrench-3-8inch-drive/p-00931423000P?plpSellerId=Sears&prdNo=4&blockNo=4&blockType=G4 [sears.com]

3/8" 10-75 torque - http://www.sears.com/craftsman-mi...ockType=G2

1/2" 20-150 torque - http://www.sears.com/craftsman-mi...ockType=G1
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Craftsman Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench with 3/8-Inch or 1/2-Inch Drive for $39.99

*Combine with current $20 CB when you spend $20+ to make it $19.99 after CB. Could be even lower if you have FREECASH offers. YMMV.

3/8" 25-250 ft lbs torque - http://www.sears.com/craftsman-micro-clicker-torque-wrench-3-8inch-drive/p-00931423000P?plpSellerId=... [sears.com]

3/8" 10-75 ft lbs torque - http://www.sears.com/craftsman-mi...ockType=G2

1/2" 20-150 ft lbs torque - http://www.sears.com/craftsman-mi...ockType=G1
Secret You might want to change the "3/8" 25-250 ft lbs torque" model to Inch Lbs..........
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I think if you use freecash, the cashback is void. One or the other - I have freecash and it auto applies, when removing freecash, the cashback bonus doesn't apply for some reason.

Did you purchase and if so, did you use freecash and get cashback?
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Probably just the same as all other cheap torque wrenches, worthless until you test its accuracy against a calibrated benchmark. Not saying these cheapies can't be accurate or reliable, just that it's a gamble until you test your particular unit.
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Probably just the same as all other cheap torque wrenches, worthless until you test its accuracy against a calibrated benchmark. Not saying these cheapies can't be accurate or reliable, just that it's a gamble until you test your particular unit.
Craftsman torque wrenches are considered cheap torque wrenches?
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Probably just the same as all other cheap torque wrenches, worthless until you test its accuracy against a calibrated benchmark. Not saying these cheapies can't be accurate or reliable, just that it's a gamble until you test your particular unit.
There are quite a few DIY methods of adjusting it your self with some weights. Considering how many people complain about quality, might be best to ignore this product all together though.
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I think if you use freecash, the cashback is void. One or the other - I have freecash and it auto applies, when removing freecash, the cashback bonus doesn't apply for some reason.

Did you purchase and if so, did you use freecash and get cashback?
You must spend at least $20 oop to get the promo CB. So, for example, if you have a $11 freecash on your account, get a total of $31-32+ then you can use the freecash AND get the promo CB. The sidewinder tape measurer (half off at) is a good choice of item to add in.
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I think if you use freecash, the cashback is void. One or the other - I have freecash and it auto applies, when removing freecash, the cashback bonus doesn't apply for some reason.

Did you purchase and if so, did you use freecash and get cashback?
If you have $9 in freecash, apply just that amount and you can use freecash and get the cashback as well. I did this three times already.
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If you have $9 in freecash, apply just that amount and you can use freecash and get the cashback as well. I did this three times already.
I tried it today and it worked but when I posted t wasn't working. I did purchase something the day before so there could be some system delays. Thanks for the info tho.
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