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LEXIVON Torque Wrenches: 3/8" 10~80 Ft-Lbs $24, 1/4" 20~200 in-lbs EXPIRED

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I just cancelled my order. Too much funny business with fake comments here. And a few of you had a good point about HF. I checked their website and get the 1/2" for $20. It's probably the exact same thing.
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If you are just using these for your wheels then just get the HF brand, it will do just fine. If you wait for a coupon it's just $10
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Lexivon owned by Arkview LLC. Which gile trademark on the name Lexivon in 2018. Looks like Arkview own a bunch of companys.
https://www.trademarkelite.com/tr...IEW,%20LLC
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I just cancelled my order. Too much funny business with fake comments here. And a few of you had a good point about HF. I checked their website and get the 1/2" for $20. It's probably the exact same thing.
Too bad HF doesn't have a cheap 250 one
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Too bad HF doesn't have a cheap 250 one
At 4x the price for the long 1/2", the Lexivon is not exactly cheap either...

As others have said, the cheap HFT are just as good as these calibration-wise, and overall pretty solid, although finish on the Lexivon's is notably better tier. Guessing they are using the same black label factories as Tekton @ Taiwan.

What I dislike with all those cheap wrenches, is the very low tooth ratchet. Especially if you get a 18-24" tool, it is really hard to use in tight spots unless you are literally lucky with the placement. For lug nuts, being anal with your sparkplugs etc it is ofc irrelevant.

My 2c? If you will be shelling $35-45 for this, just drop $20 more and get a 72 or 90-tooth ratchet equipt one, buy once. Chinese or Taiwanese or w/e. Almost everything is just as reliable.

Also, if you care for Nm, all of these cheap torque wrenches are HORRIBLE. Just using the same scale for ft-lbs as with Nm, so you are left with odd decimal #s in the Nm scale. Just sad. Get a etork "Chinese" Torque wrench if you want a decent all around wrench for both Nm and ft-lbs. 45 tooth Ratchet is the only "downside" IMHO, but still an improvement over the cheaper HFT/Tekton/Lexivon/EPauto rebrands. Or get a digital unit.
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That seemed overly complicated to me, and I like the satisfying click when you achieve the targeted torque with this one.
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I rarely work on cars so I just get a torque loaner from Autozone.
Good idea
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Looks like Lexivon is the new anker/aukey... spam us until we think it's a "good"/recognizable brand so that it can act like one
Anker IS good.
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I prefer the one sold in HF. Last month, I got one for $10. This month it is $12. With lifetime warranty, nothing beats it.
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I just cancelled my order. Too much funny business with fake comments here. And a few of you had a good point about HF. I checked their website and get the 1/2" for $20. It's probably the exact same thing.
There is ALWAYS a coupon to get Harbor Freight torque wrenches for $9.99

https://www.hfqpdb.com/coupons/33...6.2487.png

If you get a good one, they work just as good as much more expensive clickers. However, their quality control sucks so check it out and make sure it clicks properly before using it on something important.
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I need one just to re-torque the lug nuts on my vehicles after a rotation. Which one would best serve this purpose?
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why is it in posts like this the majority of people "thanking" and buying have 10rep?




If you said Shills... you might be correct.
More than 10 rep here.

I bought the Lexivon 3/8" version for $38.97 in June, it works great and is dead on. I would pay that much again as it was worth it. Replaced a HF unit that was very inaccurate and snapped a couple bolts. This is a great product. Did not post any review at Amazon.
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Need a 3/4 or 1" drive please.

Wtf is lexivon btw, do you trust no name brand to hold your wheels on? Rip
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I prefer the one sold in HF. Last month, I got one for $10. This month it is $12. With lifetime warranty, nothing beats it.
The problem is, if it becomes defective, chances are something was either too loose or so tight that it broke a bolt or stud. Broken metric motorcycle fasteners are the worst to replace. That was why I gave up on HF and switched to this. One broken stud is one too many.
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