Thanks for adding that. Makes acquiring the full range of torque values on a bike much cheaper (see jsonder's post below).Here is a coupon that will work for all 3 sizes, good through 8/30/14. My local store never requires the actual coupon, I just read them the coupon code.
Absolutely right on. Working in the mid range rather than the lower or upper end of the wrench gives the most accurate values. That's why I have two torque wrenches, a smaller 1/4 inch drive that reads in inch pounds, and a half inch drive. Recently got a 1/4" to 3/8" adapter as my 1/4" sockets didn't cover a wide enough range of bolt sizes.It should be pointed out to the newbies that the working range with passable sensitivity of a 1/2-inch torque wrench is in the range of tightening the rear axle nuts, and definitely not for head bolts.
With junk coming out of China, the certificate makes it worth it. At work we are required to get them calibrated every year.FOOL AM I !!!
I paid $116.00 for a made in U.S.A. 1/4" torque wrench with certificate of calibration.
On the plus side,it came with a poly carrying box...
Here is a coupon that will work for all 3 sizes, good through 8/30/14. My local store never requires the actual coupon, I just read them the coupon code.