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  1. #1

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    Jan 2009
    Scotland, UK

    Cool Torque wrench question

    Hey Guys

    I`m wondering if anybody can point me in the right direction here ?

    I`m looking to purchase a dial type torque wrench for checking the slip moment on my T-X Supercharger. I have had the charger rebuild by Jerry and its done about 12 hours since being refitted to the boat.

    Just wanting to check that its okay.

    Charger has been rebuilt with the Riva washers, so im wondering what poundage i should be looking at here, for the slip moment.

    Any suggestions would be most appreciated guys.

    Thanks in advance

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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    Tampa Bay, FL
    3/8 In Dr Dial Torque Wrench w/ Memory Pointer - 0-25 Ft/Lb

    Manufacturers Part Number #D2F25FM

    The Dial Type Wrench provides an excellent solution for many applications. The wide range of scales makes selecting the appropriate tool easy. Accurate to 2% of the reading from 20% of full scale to full scale clockwise and counterclockwise, the Dial Type Wrench is the most accurate torque wrench family. The Dial Type Wrench is the only wrench that is not affected by the hand-hold position on the wrench.

    Extremely Accurate-Accurate within 2% of reading from 20% of full scale to full scale.
    Guaranteed against defect in workmanship and materials for 1 year from the date of delivery providing that they have been used according to instructions.
    Exclusive Torsion Bar Design-This patented design features a connecting arm directly from the square drive to the easy-to-read dial. This enables the user to read the actual twist of the square drive. And, since a lever principle isn`t used, hand-hold position is not critical, unlike the split or bending beam competitive torque wrenches.
    Compact Design and Tapered Nose-This provides ease-of-operation by allowing clearance where operating space is limited.
    All "D" Series meets or exceeds all applicable requirements of: ANSI / ASME B107.14M, GGG-W-00686C, BS6073: 1988, ISO6789

    • Square Drive Size: 3/8"
    • Range: 0-25 ft. lb.
    • Increments: .5 ft. lb.
    • Length: 9-29/32"
    • Effective Length: 8"
    • Width: 2-11/32"
    • Overall Height: 2-11/32"
    • Weight: 1.13 lbs
    • Weight w/plastic case: 1.88 lbs
    • Finish: Nickel / Chrome
    The best price that I have found is here:

    I personally set the X charger to 12-13 ft. lbs.

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Scotland, UK


    Hey Bigdaddy

    Thanks for all of the info on the wrench, it`s just what i`m looking for. Looks like a quality tool. Appreciate the help with the lb setting for the slip moment.

    Thanks once again


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