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Main Motorcycle: 2012 Tiger 800 xc
Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Montrose, CO
Other Motorcycle: 2007 KTM 450 xc
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I've got a nice clicker torque wrench from Craftsman. It's a 3/8" drive with inch/lbs and nm both on it. It's about 18" long.
Neither one has newton-meters on the scale, I have to convert. Easy enough. (I haven't looked, but I'm sure there's an app for that!)
I don't have an app, but here's a great web site that will convert anything to anything.
That said, I bought a used Snapon on ebay that I love. It lets you know you're at tension by a buzz in the handle. It does require batteries, but I pull them out during storage. It also shuts it's self off after a while. I remember it costing me $110, about half price from new.
Where do you get these things checked for accuracy?
In looking at the Snap On/CDI ones, there are multiples of the same model that have different torque ranges. Anyone know offhand what the upper & lower numbers are?
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