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  1. #31

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    Jul 2001
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    Northern Sacramento Valley, Calif.
    Tractor
    JD 300B, JD 4310

    Default Re: Beam style torque wrench

    "torque sticks" are available also under the name "AccuTorq".
    Also, a click type can be checked against a beam wrench by hooking them together with an eight point socket.

  2. #32

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    Default Re: Beam style torque wrench

    Craftsment has rotary torque sensor to put in between your std ratchet or torque wrench and your socket to determine how much torque is realy being applied has LCD and audio cues for torque settings looks like a torque multiplier.

    accuracy is 3% below 50ft lb and is within 1.5ft lb above 50 up to 150 ftlb
    149.99 on page 48 of tool book..

  3. #33
    Veteran Member varmint's Avatar
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    Mar 2003
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    2,328
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    Northern Maryland
    Tractor
    Kubota B8200, then a Kubota L3130 HST, now a Kubota L3400 HST

    Default Re: Beam style torque wrench

    One more thing to consider about clic-style torque wrenches: In the 70's, I had a friend who worked as an test engineer at Detroit Diesel Allison, on little things like automatic transmissions for M-1 tanks... He told me to always back off the torque setting to zero when you weren't actually using the wrench, which would help maintain calibration accuracy. This would still be true, I'd think?

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