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    lookin to buy a new torque wrench, any recommendations?






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    anything but chinese.

    snap on is good.

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    Any Craftsman, Mac or $nap-on click type is fine.
    If you need anything more you should consider angle torquing.
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    I got this one so I can manipulate it around the headers and intake:





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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp Speed View Post
    Any Craftsman, Mac or $nap-on click type is fine.
    If you need anything more you should consider angle torquing.
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    I have an inch/lb torque wrench made by the Utica Tool Co. Utica/Bonney...pricy little thing, but very nice. I'd like to see some of their bigger models. My SnapOn has been calibrated twice, and each time was still dead on. I have a Harbor Frieght that I use for lugnuts that's actually a decent torque wrenck. Go figure.
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    Take a look at this one, CDI makes them for snap on.
    http://www.toolsource.com/torque-wre...82nsidg9ckh110

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    Thanks for the info!





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    I have a Snap On clicker,1/2 30-200, it doesent go low enough, the a 3/8 in pound on that goes up to 250in. I would buy a dial style next time, I never loan it out,afraid of the person droping it, going past the click or using it like a ratchet.


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    Bought a craftsman this past summer and have no complaints at all.
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