This sounds like the "clicker" type, which I have. Does anyone have
any experience with the type with the needle and scale ? which is more
Ah, talkin' cars and wrenches again...
On Wednesday, November 12, 2003, at 02:46 PM, datsunmike wrote:
> I bought a 10-100 lb 3/8" drive SK torque wrench at toolwareouse.net
> which I
> find good for headbolts and most of the torquing on any car I won.
> I also have a 1/2" torque wrench that goes up to 150# that I use for
> torquing such as crank pulley bolts.
> I also have a 1/4" drive that uses inch#s.
> Torque wrenches are generally not that accurate w/i 20% of their low
> end or
> high end of the scale.
> And remember to always zero out your wrench after use and don't drop
> it and
> DON'T loosen anything with it.