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Craftsman 3/8" Drive Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench

Item# 00931424000P | Model# 63002 | Added on September 24, 2011 |
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A Tool that Works Hard on Every Job Whether you're working on an engine or building a bike, the Craftsman 3/8" drive micro-clicker torque wrench stays comfortable in your grip, even after hours of tightening bolts. Providing fast, accurate tension wherever you need it, this torque wrench is a welcome addition to any toolbox.

  • Features a 3/8" drive
  • Accurate to ±4% of load requirement
  • Provides readings in foot-pounds and Newton-meters
  • Locking feature adjusts quick and easily
  • Click feature makes the right torque clear and easy to read
  • Scales stamped into housing show inch and metric torque settings
  • Redesigned grip delivers hours of comfortable use that won't wear out
  • Built from a combination of tough steel and plastic
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Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By BuffaloHandyman
November 16th, 2011
Micro-Clicker Torque Wrench must tool for do-it-yourself.

Smaller settings are essential for proper maintenance (spark plugs, smaller bolts, etc.)  These are fairly easy to read.  Clicker works fine at light settings.

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By gsracer
March 19th, 2012
Horrible cheap chinese junk

Broke the first time i used it, it started free wheeling after the 4th bolt at only 28 ftlbs of tq. Then it would only work in reverse. Huge chunk of garbage they need to start making in them USA.

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allison histand
| Earned 15 community points in Sears Wish Book
21 days ago
have it

It's good


I been looking to upgrade from the old beam styles. So I must say I'm impressed so far I decided after reading the reviews here I better check this wrench out before I depend on it or put the lives of my loved ones in it's hands (lugnuts). I figured I'd better do some testing of my own so I did just that and then checked the torque with my beam style wrenches after much testing I have to say it's within the advertised 4% as long as you're in the middle of the torque range it's closer to within 1% accuracy it was always dead on or so close I couldn't see a difference at the lower end or higher end that's where I'd see the 4% coming into play but I didn't notice that much of a difference at any point of my testing the worst reading I seen was on the lowest setting and was off by 2 pounds

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