I have been kicking this around off line, and though maybe some one out
there might have a good solution. How does the home mechanic test his
torque wrench to ensure it is with in standard? I know that if you use it
alot, and do a lot of mechanical work you develop a feel for torque. But
what about if you don't have that "feel"? It was suggested that the local
Technical College might be of help, and if your company has a facility and
lets you use it you are good to go. I was looking for the home shop
solution. Maybe it does not exist, but I would like to hear your ideas.