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    Also question on checking slip

    I know you need a torque wrench, but my question is how would this work when on a torque wrench you have to set it to a certain in/lb. Do you start at 70 in/lbs and work your way up to 120, or is there a different method


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    Exactly ... you start low and work higher, or start high and work down until the wrench clicks before movement. You got the idea ...

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    That is why we get the dial type torq wrenches! So much better and easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    That is why we get the dial type torq wrenches! So much better and easier.

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    Where i can found it ?!

    Thanks

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    awesome thanks

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