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    digital torque wrench

    I cant find a dial torque wrench anywhere here in Fayetteville. I bought a digital one is there a way to check sc slip with it. I was thinking I could try different settings and maybe stumble on it. The model number is 913919craftsman digi-click torque wrench it measures 25 to 250 ft. Lbs.


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    Sc slip is gonna be below 25 ft lbs on every charger out

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    You don't need a fancy dial gauge torque wrench to check slip. A cheap 3/8" inch-pound beam style torque wrench works fine for this application and is just as accurate.

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    why would you get a digital torque wrench? Mechanical ones are a ok

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    http://www.toolsmithonline.com/produ...e-Adapter.html

    I bought this under the advice of Beer I believe. Best torque device I have EVER bought. No exaggeration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    http://www.toolsmithonline.com/produ...e-Adapter.html

    I bought this under the advice of Beer I believe. Best torque device I have EVER bought. No exaggeration.
    Looks nice. Hows it work. Beep at you?

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    Now thats cool ...I will have to get one.

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    it will beep. Measures everything and goes lower than any SC will ever be. I used it do adjust my snap on and protos lol. I honestly will never use a real torque wrench unless it's like 75ft/lbs+ now. This thing is just too damn easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    http://www.toolsmithonline.com/produ...e-Adapter.html

    I bought this under the advice of Beer I believe. Best torque device I have EVER bought. No exaggeration.
    it says readings start at 20 ft/lb... does it accurately read under that? even a rude 3 only needs 19

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Doo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp0ster View Post
    http://www.toolsmithonline.com/produ...e-Adapter.html

    I bought this under the advice of Beer I believe. Best torque device I have EVER bought. No exaggeration.
    it says readings start at 20 ft/lb... does it accurately read under that? even a rude 3 only needs 19
    I think it starts at 25 inch lbs or something like that.

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