Park Tool Ratcheting Click Type Torque Wrench
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- With today's lightweight components, torque wrench use in the shops is no longer an option
- The TW-5 and TW-6 are high quality, ratcheting click type torque wrenches
- Accurately measure and apply the proper amount of torque to a components threaded fasteners
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Both of these tools come with nice hard plastic clamshell cases and instructions. The TW-5 comes with a 1/4 to 3/8 drive converter as it is a 1/4" drive ratcheting torque wrench.
Remember to dial these back to the minimum torque setting to preserve and maintain the calibration - and maybe most importantly don't loan them to anyone who doesn't know how to use a precision instrument with care... ;-)
So far these have both held up nicely and are a wonderful addition for my tool collection. They fully meet my bike repair/mechanical tinkering requirements. After too many stripped/broken bolts and parts, these will pay for themselves really quickly.
Bottom line, this is a fine torque wrench for the casual bike mechanic who wants to limit damage to carbon fiber components and alloy fasteners. Don't think of it as a replacement for a $400 Snap-on.
I've only had it for a week, so if it breaks I'll come back and update the review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought two of these because of their compact size. The first one's ratchet mechanism broke after about 20 min and the second one wasn't consistent on it's torque value. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good - happy I won't over-torque and bust my carbon parts. That would hurt.Published 2 months ago by R. Hernandez
easy to understand the setting procedure. there is an easy to feel click at higher torque settings but I cannot feel the click on lower settings.Published 3 months ago by David M. Anderson
I'm glad to have it and it gets my bb and crankset tight and dialed without going overboard nor under tightening. I can perform maintenance with confidence. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Omar Val
A joy to use. Proper torque is the key to working on carbon fiber bikes.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer