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Item #: 6460620
Price: $145.00

Pro Torque Wrench

Click-Type Micrometer Torque Wrench

  • Features a quarter-inch reversible ratcheting drive and heat-treated steel construction
  • Quickly set torque using a micrometer-style dial and simple locking mechanism
  • Essential for modern carbon fiber frames and components
  • Adjustable from 6-30Nm

Details

Torque wrenches have become an essential bicycle tool. The increase in carbon fiber bikes and components have driven the need. While carbon fiber allows for more optimal design and provides a far higher strength to weight ratio compared to steel and aluminum, it is also more susceptible to crushing and cracking when improperly set up. Pedro's Pro Torque Wrench is designed to handle the upper end of the torque range, adjustable from 6-30Nm. This click-type torque wrench makes an audible "click" when desired torque is reached and is quickly set using a micrometer-style dial and simple locking mechanism. The Pro Torque Wrench features a quarter-inch reversible ratcheting drive, heat-treated steel construction for accuracy, strength, and reliability, and is accurate to within +/- 4 percent. Backed by a Pedro's two year warranty.

 

FAQs

Pro Torque Wrench

Though many mechanics will claim they can torque a bolt by feel, there are simply too many variables involved for that to be true. We recently answered some questions for pinkbike.com about torque specifications and torque wrenches to shed some light on why the torque wrench is an essential tool for any mechanic.

We strongly recommend wrench owners work with a professional calibration service to ensure the proper equipment and techniques are employed. We have had good luck with ESSCO Lab located in Massachusetts but any similar calibration service should be able to provide calibration.

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