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Pittsburgh Click Type Torque Wrench: (1/4", 1/2" or 3/8" Drive)

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Harbor Freight has Select Pittsburgh Click Type Torque Wrenches on sale below for $9.99 each. Shipping is $6.99. Offer is available In-Store to save on shipping (store locator).

Note, availability for stock in-store may vary by location

Thanks community member tunabreath for sharing this dealAbout Torque Wrench:
  • Utilizing a heavy duty cam and pawl mechanism, this reversible drive click type torque wrench is the go-to tool when precise torque is needed.

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  • Offer is valid through April 11, 2021 or while supplies lasts.
  • These Torque Wrenches receive about 4.5 Stars out of 5 Stars based on 1,000+ Reviews.
  • Eligible for Returns within 90-Days by Mail or In-store (details).
  • Our research indicates that these Torque Wrenches are $10 Off (50% Savings) over the list price of $19.99. -slickdewmaster
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Harbor Freight offers, beginning 4/9, Pittsburgh click type torque wrenches for $9.99. No coupon required.

1/4 In. Drive Click Type Torque Wrench
https://www.harborfreight.com/14-...63881.html

3/8 In. Drive Click Type Torque Wrench
https://www.harborfreight.com/38-...63880.html

1/2 In. Drive Click Type Torque Wrench
https://www.harborfreight.com/12-...63882.html

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the 3/8, most oil drain plugs tend to be spec'd in the 20-36 lb-ft range, but honestly you can get away with cinching it up "hand tight" with any standard appropriate sized combination wrench.

Believe me the techs at the dealerships aren't whipping out a torque wrench to put your drain bolt back on.
Had the 1/2" for over a decade.

Works great, still accurate on the tester.

Never had to exchange it yet. Made in Taiwan
Actually, $9.99 is pretty much the normal price as there has practically always been a coupon for these.

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That is 50% off normal price of $19.99. Great price!!!
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Had the 1/2" for over a decade.

Works great, still accurate on the tester.

Never had to exchange it yet. Made in Taiwan
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That is 50% off normal price of $19.99. Great price!!!
Actually, $9.99 is pretty much the normal price as there has practically always been a coupon for these.
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A week too late... Just had to buy one last week for $19.99. Oh well...
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I've been using the 1/2" for lug nuts and on vehicle suspension fasteners for years. I have not had it calibrated but Every once in a great while I use a USA craftsman beam Type torque wrench afterwards to see if it gives me the same torque reading. It has always been the same. They're good budget torque wrenches and like the poster above stated these are made in Taiwan.
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Had the 1/2" for over a decade.

Works great, still accurate on the tester.

Never had to exchange it yet. Made in Taiwan
Same here.
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Had the 1/2" for over a decade.

Works great, still accurate on the tester.

Never had to exchange it yet. Made in Taiwan
How have you been testing for accuracy?

Also, the line pointer does not seem to align accurately, making me second guess frequently
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How have you been testing for accuracy?

My friend owns a speed shop and has a bench mounted tester.


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Which one for oil drain plug?
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Which one for oil drain plug?
the 3/8, most oil drain plugs tend to be spec'd in the 20-36 lb-ft range, but honestly you can get away with cinching it up "hand tight" with any standard appropriate sized combination wrench.

Believe me the techs at the dealerships aren't whipping out a torque wrench to put your drain bolt back on.
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Are they still made in Taiwan?
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I miss the 20% off coupon Frown
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