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I already have a beefy Craftsman click-type torque wrench and love it. It's great for the "bigger" jobs like wheel lugs. But what about smaller jobs, like brakes and spark plugs? Proper torque is important for these, too, but they typically need < 20 ft-lb (the lower limit of my Craftsman).
Anyone make a click-type (I hate the dial-type) torque wrench for low-torque applications?
 

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Re: Any low-torque click-type torque wrenches? (Helicon Twist)

Craftsman also makes a lower torque model...it only goes up to 20 or 40 ft*lb's or so. My mom tried to get me a regular torque wrench (for wheels, etc) and ended up getting this one instead.
 

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