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Model: LEXIVON 1/2-Inch Drive Click Torque Wrench 10150 Ft-Lb/13.6203.5 Nm ()

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I am experienced and I still go for the torque wrench, what feels tight with a standard length ratchet will feel different with a long handle ratchet, whereas the torque wrench will keep it much more consistent. When I'm working on brakes, wheels, or internal engine components, I like to make sure it's torqued to spec so there's no question later what a noise was and if it was potentially a bolt that has worked loose because "it felt like it was tight".

It's also ridiculously easy to over torque and stretch/snap smaller bolts, which is where the inch lb and 5-70 ft lb torque wrenches really shine.

I'm glad you feel confident in what you think is tight, but that is also the mindset that keeps me working on my own equipment with my torque wrenches.
Hope you never offer your 'experience' to other people 😂
Had a buddy "help" with some brake work. I'm not a mechanic and wasn't aware of torque wrenches or torque spec. Anyway, A week or so later I went skiing. The last few miles to the resort there was a grinding that got progressively worse. Figured I should at least do a wiggle test before I went back down the canyon. One of the things tested was the caliper. One of the bolts connecting it to my car had vanished. There was a tire shop in town but they were swamped and it turned into a multi day whole ordeal.

I learned a good lesson on torque wrenches that day. Glad it wasn't one learned in a fireball at the bottom of the canyon.

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semper_fi
04-02-2024 at 11:53 AM.
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For once I'd love to see a deal on a flex-head torque wrench.
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04-02-2024 at 12:02 PM.
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I tried the first two. Neither worked. Sad face emoji.
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barr1340
04-02-2024 at 12:05 PM.
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I tried the first two. Neither worked. Sad face emoji.

Worked for me.
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04-02-2024 at 12:06 PM.
04-02-2024 at 12:06 PM.
Just buy the Harbor Freight one. They are cheap and if you have an issue you can take it back to the store for a new one and be back to work the same day.
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adirondackman
04-02-2024 at 12:06 PM.
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So, if one is interested in buying the 1/4" inch pound wrench, is it a better deal to buy the bike wrench kit or just go with the wrench alone? Checking the specs, the bike kit seeks like its better because there is a broader range of inch pounds versus the wrench alone. Thoughts?
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04-02-2024 at 01:05 PM.

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04-02-2024 at 01:05 PM.
Quote from LivelySink338 :
I never found a need for torque wrenches, if u are really experienced like I am, u don't need this tool, u can feel when it's tight

I am experienced and I still go for the torque wrench, what feels tight with a standard length ratchet will feel different with a long handle ratchet, whereas the torque wrench will keep it much more consistent. When I'm working on brakes, wheels, or internal engine components, I like to make sure it's torqued to spec so there's no question later what a noise was and if it was potentially a bolt that has worked loose because "it felt like it was tight".

It's also ridiculously easy to over torque and stretch/snap smaller bolts, which is where the inch lb and 5-70 ft lb torque wrenches really shine.

I'm glad you feel confident in what you think is tight, but that is also the mindset that keeps me working on my own equipment with my torque wrenches.
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04-02-2024 at 01:18 PM.
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Quote from adirondackman :
So, if one is interested in buying the 1/4" inch pound wrench, is it a better deal to buy the bike wrench kit or just go with the wrench alone? Checking the specs, the bike kit seeks like its better because there is a broader range of inch pounds versus the wrench alone. Thoughts?

Bike set is 17.7 in-lbs and up. If you haven't done or will not be dealing with smaller parts, I think bike set is a better deal as it's 34% off vs 30%.
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Quote from LivelySink338 :
I never found a need for torque wrenches, if u are really experienced like I am, u don't need this tool, u can feel when it's tight

Hope you never offer your 'experience' to other people 😂
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04-02-2024 at 01:41 PM.
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Quote from LivelySink338 :
I never found a need for torque wrenches, if u are really experienced like I am, u don't need this tool, u can feel when it's tight
"I never found a need for some things, if u are really me, u don't need that thing"

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Quote from meanmachine :
"I never found a need for some things, if u are really me, u don't need that thing"

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Haven't broken a bolt yet.... SNAP.
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04-02-2024 at 01:48 PM.
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t keeps me working on my own equipment with my torque wrenches.
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Quote from LivelySink338 :
I never found a need for torque wrenches, if u are really experienced like I am, u don't need this tool, u can feel when it's tight
Done any cyl head bolts..?
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