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Video: How to Choose the Best Torque Wrench for Your Next Job

For every job requiring a torque wrench, there is a specific type that may work better than another. In this Summit Racing Quick Flicks video, you will learn the differences between some common torque wrenches, including dial torque wrenches, beam-style torque wrenches, click-type torque wrenches, and digital torque wrenches.

Learn the differences so you can make informed decisions when growing your tool collection and pick the best weapon for your next job.

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3 Comments

  1. Well sir when torquing bolts into nut plates or where there are screws to be torqued they will have a specified torque which is usually pretty low, for the screws, so I would not really worry about it. I was talking about nuts and bolts. If I have a nut and a bolt that go together the nut is torqued not the bolt. There are also a lot of other items that get thrown into the equation such as bolt length, material of bolt and nut, material of pieces being held together and such. All play a factor in the torquing. It was just in my experience being a AP certified mechanic that you torque nuts not bolts but I have never torn apart a accord engine before so I will concede to your higher wisdom.

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