Set includes 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 in. drive torque wrenches
Calibrated to +/- 3% clockwise accuracy in the upper 80% of range
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Mar 6, 2021
Don’t buy, Does no work.
This wrench makes for a better breaker bar than a torque wrench. Second time using it, set it to 4lbs. Was tightening my valve cover and it crack the cover. Massive piece of garbage, what was suppose to be an easy project has now escalated to a massive headache.
Response from Husky Mechanics ToolsMar 10, 2021
Eddy, Sorry to hear your frustration with this wrench. Please keep in mind this wrench is only calibrated to work within the upper 80% of the scale, which is 20 ft./lbs. to 100 ft./lbs. With all click style torque wrenches, the 'click' will be much less noticeable at the lower end of the scale.
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Dec 24, 2020
Great Wrench but...
Why is the wrench in inch pounds but the directions are in foot pounds? Did they mean for the wrench to be in foot pounds? Would hsve been kich nicer.
It's been a LONG since I bought a new torque wrench. The first and last one I bought was a Craft...
It's been a LONG since I bought a new torque wrench. The first and last one I bought was a Craftsman one, probably about 40 years ago! It still works fine, but it only goes up to 90 ft-lbs. I needed one that can do at least 140 ft-lbs since I was replacing stuff on my Nissan LEAF: both wheel hubs, and A arm + steering knuckle on passenger side. The axle nut and A arm bolts call for 134 ft-lbs and 114 ft-lbs respectively.
This Husky torque wrench works great! I love the spring loaded lock collar. It makes it difficult to accidentally change the torque setting. The thing is long and quite beefy. It definitely feels like it's up to demands put on it. Certainly, it worked like a charm for the axle nut.
Exactly what I needed for an auto repair project I did on my 1997 Suburban. However, being used ...
Exactly what I needed for an auto repair project I did on my 1997 Suburban. However, being used to an older style torque wrench, I was used to a more pronounced torque "click", than this unit has. In comparison, its more of a subtle pressure change in my hand. If you want a quite pronounced "CLICK", this doesn't have it. However, it has the accuracy I needed, and I quickly adapted to the "click" type this unit delivers. Its a great tool for occasional use to be sure. I used it on the bolts for the rear main oil seal housing, and the side bolts on the oil pan. The oil pan corner bolts called for torque beyond this wrenches capability.
In today's world of Alloy wheels and disc brakes on every thing we drive, to work or play, it is imperative
to have a good torque wrench to install the wheels as to not do distortion to either !
The poly plastic/rubber handle is comfortable and non-slip. The slip ring to adjust, is easy to reach and the scale is easy to read ! The certification sheet, 3 stage test done 3 times is nice to have !
The storage box is great but, the blister packaging is tough to get into !!
I highly recommend this Husky tool !!