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Craftsman 3/8-in. Dr. Beam Style Torque Wrench, 0-75 ft. lbs.

Item# 00932999000P | Model# 47713 | Added on April 1, 2012 |
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Craftsman 3/8-in. Dr. Beam Style Torque Wrench, 0-75 ft. lbs.
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Craftsman 3/8-in Dr Beam Style Torque Wrench Achieves Accurate Readings with Ease The classic Craftsman 3/8-in dr beam style torque wrench easily and accurately tightens and loosens nuts and bolts on your car, truck, garden tractor, four-wheeler and more. The beam style torque wrench can accurately measure torque in a variety of applications. The attached calibrated scale moves when pressure is applied. Via the indicator, you'll be able to determine when proper torque is achieved. The Craftsman beam style torque wrench features a graduated indicator tip to eliminate parallax error, often an issue with the beam style. The 3/8-in dr beam style torque wrench from Craftsman contains separate inch and metric scales and has a torque range of zero to 75 pounds. This wrench measures over 16 inches for increased leverage and ease of use. Its black textured handle makes gripping easy, so you can get accurate readings, and the job done right.

  • Craftsman 3/8-in dr beam style torque wrench with separate inch and metric scales
  • Includes a graduated indicator tip for more accurate results
  • 0 to 75 lb. range in 1 ft. lb. increments
  • 3/8-inch drive beam style torque wrench measuring 16.08 inches in length
  • Tool weighs 1.4 pounds
  • Textured black handle provides easy gripping capability
  • Ideal for tightening nuts and bolts
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By Handi-man
September 12th, 2014
Decent Quality for the Price

This is a good quality torque wrench considering the low cost that I paid for it. It will only see occasional use in my home garage and not be subjected to the daily rigors like when I was a professional mechanic so it should last as long as I need it. I plan on keeping mine in the clear plastic **** shell it came in as a storage case since there are no storage cases specifically designed for beam style torque wrenches offered at my local Sears. I like the wrench enough that I am considering purchasing the 1/2" version.

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By bradrh
July 9th, 2012
The metric side of the scale is wrong

They messed up the metric (newton meters) side of the scale. Example: if you torque something to 35 ft lbs = 47.5 Nm, if you line up the pointer on 35 ftlbs, the pointer is lined up to about 55Nm.

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January 27th
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Great Buy


Mine arrived as pictured. Tested it and it is accurate. Would recommend.

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August 28th

dont buy


I work at a calibration lab. We had a customer who came in with 5 of these tools brand new and wanted them certified. Every last one was out of calibration reading lower then the actual output. Might as well just use a breaker bar, they are about the same price.

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