|Name||18 in. Heavy-Duty Straight Pipe Wrench||18 in. Aluminum Pipe Wrench||1 in. to 2 in. Model 342 Internal Wrench||24 in. Model 824 Aluminum Straight Pipe Wrench|
|Wrench length (in.)||18.0||15.3||2.30||20.4|
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Part #31005 has 1" pipe capacity,
The part number for the 14" wrench is 31020.
Hi, the handle is made of casting.
Hi, no we don't. The biggest we have is on for 8" diameter and that is part # 31045.
They might be. The best way to find out would be to contact Ridgid and explain your situation and see what they say..
No very heavy it ok with me Sam
Thanks for contacting RIDGID! This yield is 60,000 inch lbs.
Thank you for contacting RIDGID. We perform regular evaluations of all tool components to make sure they meet our quality standards. When an upper wrench jaw breaks at the radius, it is likely due to the force being exerted against this point. There should only be 2 contact points with the pipe, the upper jaw and the lower jaw. If a 3rd contact point is made against the hook jaw radius, failure can occur. If you would like further assistance, please feel free to call our Technical Service department at 888-743-4333.
We've attached 4' "cheater" bars to the end of the wrenches with 220 lbs + gentlemen pushing down on the ends. The "cheater" bar has always broken before these wrenches have. For a straight answer - I don't know since I've never hooked up a torque wrench to one...