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LEXIVON Torque Wrenches: 1/4" 20~200 in-lbs $22.50, 3/8" 10~80 Ft-Lbs $24, 1/2" 10~150 Ft-Lbs $29.50, 1/2" 25-250Ft-Lbs $42.50 + free s/h

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Seems like an affiliate offer, always staff posting.
Ymmv on value/quality. From last posts seems SDers mostly think it's worth the discounted price, but expect HF quality not name brand.
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Seems like an affiliate offer, always staff posting.
Ymmv on value/quality. From last posts seems SDers mostly think it's worth the discounted price, but expect HF quality not name brand.
Is Harbor Freight cheapo quality or still ok quality for its price?
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SD really spamming this item the last few weeks. You really have no shame iconian!
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Whats the benefit of this over something electric that does the same thing?
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Whats the benefit of this over something electric that does the same thing?
I think you said that backwards. Why spend over x3 on a electric less accurate torque wrench when something like the harbor freight torque wrench does the same?

Not at all recommending this deal.
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Is Harbor Freight cheapo quality or still ok quality for its price?
I believe the answer is both.
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Is Harbor Freight cheapo quality or still ok quality for its price?
HF torque wrenches are as accurate as anything else out there, but they aren't quite as refined in use as some others and may or may not click properly out of the box. If you get any inexpensive torque wrench, check it on something else before using it someplace critical.

That being said, it's hard to beat for $10.
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Am I the only one who got mixed up by the 1/4" one being specced in INCH pounds rather than FOOT pounds?

BTW: 20~200 in-lb = 1.6-16.6 FOOT-pounds

It looks like the price is good enough, slightly below similar low end brands. Tacklife (aka Anker) has one for $25.58:
https://smile.amazon.com/Torque-2...07GJSP7RW/
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I'm becoming the king of negative feedback with this piece of advice: Go spend $100 and get yourself a quality torque wrench. It will last you the rest of your life. I would not bother with a mystery brand.
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HF torque wrenches are as accurate as anything else out there, but they aren't quite as refined in use as some others and may or may not click properly out of the box. If you get any inexpensive torque wrench, check it on something else before using it someplace critical.

That being said, it's hard to beat for $10.
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Not a bad deal and I'm only planning on using it on brake parts and wheels, probably suspension related items where torque numbers are similar for most of those parts.
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Is Harbor Freight cheapo quality or still ok quality for its price?
It's harbor freight quality at a higher price.
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I'm becoming the king of negative feedback with this piece of advice: Go spend $100 and get yourself a quality torque wrench. It will last you the rest of your life. I would not bother with a mystery brand.
I agree, but don't know who makes a good one. Suggestions?
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I agree, but don't know who makes a good one. Suggestions?
I disagree. If you need a 100 dollar one you'd know it. It isn't worth it just for a few tire rotations every year.

I used a Tekton 1/4 inch on our bikes and a 1/2 foot for tires. They have worked good enough for me. Keep them in their case with the recommended load on them when I'm done. Had them for years without a single issue. But I really couldn't tell you just how accurate they really are. I just know that they always click at the same point and that's really all I'm asking for.
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Anyone know how to caliberate this every now and then? Or test the accuracy?
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