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    Snap On Torque Wrench

    I just ordered this sweet little torque wrench from Snap On.

    http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/item....re&dir=catalog

    It's the one Mark Underwood recommended for checking the slipping moment on the supercharger clutch.


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    Holy Sh!t...$258.50??? That`s when they got ya by the cahones! ...PR...

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    yea no kidding, but you have to have something accurate like that when building these superchargers.

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    Isn't the Techwrench as accurate. I would think it would have more uses.

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    What is the techwrench?

    The one i bought is the one Mark recommended as it's specifically designed for "rolling" torque. Perfect for this application.

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    Techwrench.
    I think this is the one GP uses.


    http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/item....re&dir=catalog

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    oh yea! nice wrench, but way out of my price range.

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    Jerry, that wrench looks nice, $$ too. I'm gonna get a pic of the the I have and post it. Got it at the 2nd hand store.

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    Hope it comes out, taken from a pic phone.
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    I get a 50% discount from Snap on for myself with tools I need on the job. I think that price is still too high if you dont use it all the time. I could see it would be worth the money if you used it everyday on the job.
    Im happy with my off brand torque wrench that I paid $50 for (different style). Is was accurate also when I tested it the last time.

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