Of all the tools that I own, the one thing that I can definitely not do without is my Craftsman torque wrench. You may think that you will not be needing a torque wrench now, but once you learn just how important it really is, you will want to get one as soon as you can.
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|Craftsman 9-31423 25-250 in.lbs 3/8" Drive Microtork Torque Wrench||4.5/5||Check Latest Price|
|Craftsman 9-31425 20-150 ft lbs 1/2" Drive MicroTork Torque Wrench||4.2/5||Check Latest Price|
|Craftsman 9-32999 0-75 ft lbs 3/8" Drive Beam Deflection Torque Wrench||4.6/5||Check Latest Price|
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Why Are Torque Wrenches So Important?
Every metal fastener like nuts and bolts have a preset amount of torque where it reaches its optimal level of effectiveness, beyond this amount and you risk failure of the nut.
So it is actually not okay that you tighten up a bolt up to the point that you cannot turn it anymore, you may have gone past the advisable amount of torque already.
Now imagine if you do that to the lug nuts in the wheels of your car and they suddenly gave way while you are on the road. Torque wrenches prevent these kinds of failure by signaling the user, usually by an audible clicking sound, once the optimal amount of torque has been reached.
Why Choose Craftsman Torque Wrench?
There are various reasons why I chose to use the Craftsman micrometer torque wrench, one of which is the build quality. Craftsman has been making high-quality tools for years, and they are the tools of choice by professional mechanics and contractors.
The torque wrench that I got from them a couple of years ago still works perfectly. Another reason I chose Craftsman is that they are more accurate than other cheaper brands of torque wrenches; when you set the dial to the number of foot-pounds that you need, it will signal you in the exact moment that it reaches that setting.