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  • Park Tool Big Clicker Torque Wrench 3-8" TW6
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Park Tool Big Clicker Torque Wrench 3/8" 88-530Lbs

With today’s lightweight components, torque wrench use in the shop is no longer an option - it’s a must for every mechanic. The TW-6 is a high quality, ratcheting, click type torque wrenches that accurately measure and apply the proper amount of torque to a component’s threaded fastener(s).

Park Tool Big Clicker Torque Wrench 3/8" 88-530Lbs Features:

  • Ratcheting 3/8” drive
  • Dial-adjust system allows desired torque setting to be preset
  • 10-60 Newton Meter range (88-530 Inch Pounds)
  • 38cm (15”) length
  • Protective case included
  • Weight - 3 lbs

Buy Park Tool Big Clicker Torque Wrench 3/8" 88-530Lbs from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Blue
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent, but hideously overpriced Pretty standard parktool then... Marks off (also) for being a different fitting (3/8) than their lower-torque wrench (which is 1/4), meaning you'd have to buy two sets of bits. Price is (not unusually) way over the top - significantly better tools can be had for this kind of money (they don't need to be "bike specific", and will probably be more sensibly priced if they're not), or similar quality can be had for much less. 19 February 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Torque to me! Again, a superb piece of kit. Well worth it if you intend to purchase expensive parts and fit them yourself. You really don't want to over/undertighten anything. You simply can't guess how much you're actually tightening anything by. The only uses so far for this I have found are the bottom bracket, cassette and the fork caps, things you don't want to overtighten, and the case of the forks undertighten. 19 October 2009
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Left hand threads, such as on the bottom bracket?
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Yes, it clicks for torque in either direction
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Yes this wrench is bi-directional so can be used with right or left hand threads as required.
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in particular does it include a range of allen key bits up to and including 8mm?
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This torque wrench is supplied as the wrench only; 3/8" (10mm) bits can be used and are available separately..
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