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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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Harbor Freight torque wrench's are made in both China and Taiwan. The China made ones are in boxes that are shrink wrapped and the Taiwan ones are not shrink wrapped.
That would explain why I had a Taiwan one for years and lost it, then just bought a China one and it broke on its first use at 85 ft/lbs.
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Thanks, got a inch pound one.. usually don't work with inch pounds bolts but first time for everything.
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Don't expect performance of a Porsche for a price of a VW then you'll be ok. Good for tighten lug nuts where tolerance can be off a bit on the high side. I wouldn't use this if I work on engine internal.
IMHO, just another SHILL.
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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
Lmao Anker is a tier one supplier at my giant tech company. It's hilarious that some random slickdealers impression of them is purely based on some little promos they made for your little website. Just because it's not a name from the '50s in America you think they can't manufacture things? You know 95% of American manufacturing has shuddered their doors and all of those brands you think you trust have been sold off to random Chinese corporations. You wouldn't know a good brand if your lives depended on it.
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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
Lmao Anker is a tier one supplier at my giant tech company. It's hilarious that some random slickdealers impression of them is purely based on some little promos they made for your little website. Just because it's not a name from the '50s in America you think they can't manufacture things? You know 95% of American manufacturing has shuddered their doors and all of those brands you think you trust have been sold off to random Chinese corporations. You wouldn't know a good brand if your lives depended on it.
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Check craigs for a nice german one. Pay once cry once
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nice, I was in the market for these

LEXIVON 3/8-Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench 10~80 Ft-Lb/13.6~108.5 Nm (LX-182)
LEXIVON 1/2-Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench 10~150 Ft-Lb/13.6~203.5 Nm (LX-183)
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Would anyone be able to suggest a bike torque wrench, where smaller parts have torque ranges down to around 50 inch-lbs [parktool.com] (4 ft-lbs)?
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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.
Nuts and bolts that I might need over 150 ft-lbs for are usually easily accessible (axle nuts, strut to knuckle bolts, crank pulley, etc), so a finer ratchet is not really needed there
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Just get a Harbor Freight one if this is on your list.
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Note: not suggesting it as a replacement for Harbor freight, or this lexivon

but if you want a nice tool.

precision instruments made in usa split beam style torque wrenches are fairly amazing.
https://www.amazon.com/Precision-...B002XMSFIM

is the 1/2" drive I purchased. So much better than what it replaced.
Should be lifetime tool.. and split beam is very reliable doesnt need zeroed out no spring to fatigue etc.
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The wrench comes with a slip of paper that has the name of whoever calibrated it at the factory, which, in effect, pins responsibility on someone.
What good does that do to you? You going to fly to China with your stripped bolt and find the person who didn't calibrate it properly and beat him with your torque wrench?
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Most of the random brand products on SD are self-promoters or shills.
These are the same as Harbor Freight for 2-3x the price...
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does it make any sense to get a torque wrench adapter instead of different sized torque wrenches? I already have all the socket wrench sizes. I'm thinking something like this https://www.harborfreight.com/sea...%20adapter
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I would have bought one if it was a straight head. Using crow foots to do AC lines is just a pain
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