Originally Posted by BillL
is a good brand.
I find the wrench part number then google for a price.
Take care and they should last a long time. I have a MAC 250 ft-lb unit purchased in 1974 and it is still in calibration per electronic test. Used on hundreds of engine rebuilds.
Same here. CDI. Someone mentioned they make torque wrenches for Snap On.
I have a 1/4" in/lb and a 3/8" ft/lb. I also have a 1/4" torque screwdriver. Handy for really low settings down to 5 in/lbs. I wish I had a CDI dial type. It would be nice to read running torque instead of using the screwdriver or multiple tests to figure it out.
My big dog is a Home Depot. Seems fine but hasn't been tested in a long time.
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