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If you’re particular about bike maintenance, then you need a BikeMaster Digital Torque Wrench in your toolbox. This valve-priced tool is ideal for occasional use for the dedicated do-it-yourselfer.

Each torque wrench ships to you in a sealed plastic storage case after it’s been calibrated at the factory, so it’s ready to use straight out of the box. And there are even a few nice features on the device making it especially easy to use.

Peak mode displays highest torque achieved while track mode continually indicates the force being applied as you tighten a fastener. When your preset torque value is achieved, a light flashes on the device and you’ll hear it beep as well. Plus, it stores the last fifty torque values used for the tool.

To order yours, call TJ on 866.931.6644 ext 817. If you can’t talk, just send an email to [email protected] with BIKEMASTER TORQUE WRENCH in the subject line or PM us here and we’ll get back to you shortly.
 

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Oh boy, oh boy! I login to see these sweet pics of a tool available! Woohoo!

I need more details though!

- What's the drive size on this thing (1/4", 3/8", 1/2")?
- What's the max torque reading it can show?
- What's the overall size of the tool out of the case (overall length)?
- What's the price, of course? :lol:

On that last question, you can just PM me the cost. I might be able to make some room in the toolbox for something like this! :ayyy:
 

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Picture above shows 1/4"

I've been looking for a good 1/4" that's not crazy expensive.

BM site doesnt show all that much info

1/4" and 3/8" are 9" in length,

Available in 1/4" drive (with 2.2 - 22.1 ft. lb. range),
(minimum is what I'm interested in, 2.2 = 26 inch pound minimum? Interesting they quote lb's on a 1/4")

Doesn't show if it actually comes with a "certificate of calibration""

Doesn't mention number of uses recommendation for recalc

Doesn't say if torques both directions (prob not)

Hard to find a good 1/4"
 

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Picture above shows 1/4"

Oh, yeah you're right! Missed that part in the first post and didn't go out to Bike Masters site to look it up.


Interested in the answers to your other questions as well! :thumbsup:
 

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Oh boy, oh boy! I login to see these sweet pics of a tool available! Woohoo!

I need more details though!

- What's the drive size on this thing (1/4", 3/8", 1/2")?
- What's the max torque reading it can show?
- What's the overall size of the tool out of the case (overall length)?
- What's the price, of course? :lol:

On that last question, you can just PM me the cost. I might be able to make some room in the toolbox for something like this! :ayyy:
Manufacturer website states the following:

Easy to read digital display with auto shut off
Extremely accurate torque settings
1/4" and 3/8" measure in five units: in. lb., ft. lb., Nm, kg/cm, and kg/m
1/2" measure in four units: in. lb., ft. lb., Nm, and kg/m
Peak and Track modes give you the option to log highest torque achieved
Alarm and red light flashes when set torque value is reached
Built-in memory logs the last 50 torque values you achieved
Comes with a heavy-duty protective carrying case
1/4" and 3/8" are 9" in length, 1/2" is 19" in length
Available in 1/4" drive (with 2.2 - 22.1 ft. lb. range), 3/8" drive (with 19.9 - 99.6 ft. lb. range) and 1/2" drive (with 29.5 - 147.5 ft. lb. range)
 
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