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As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchasesThere are several types of torque wrenches out there. Choosing the right one can be complicated if you don’t know just what tool you need to get the job done. To help you make the right decision without a lot of hassle, we put together these torque wrench […]Read More
Setting your torque wrench to the right torque on a click-style wrench is pretty simple. There are usually two types of torque measurements on a click-style torque wrench, depending on its purpose and size. There is the standard American foot- or inch-pound settings and Newton meter settings.Once you’ve set torque wrench to the correct setting, […]Read More
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchasesMost car makers use aluminum alloys inside the cylinder heads of most cars, so it’s very important to tighten spark plugs to the correct torque. If you overtighten spark plugs that have an aluminum cylinder head, it can cause the shell of the spark plug to distorts, […]Read More
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchasesIf you are a motorcycle enthusiast or even someone who is just getting started learning about motorcycles, you probably know that safety is key when it comes to riding motorcycles. There are a variety of safety measures you can take to feel the most secure when you are […]Read More
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchasesA lug nut is also called a wheel nut and they are typically used to attach a wheel to a vehicle. Lug nuts are commonly found on trucks, cars, and other vehicles with large rubber tires. They are a fastener with a rounded or tapered end. The reason […]Read More
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchasesTorque wrenches are used to tighten nuts and bolts to a preset torque value. Determining the correct torque value helps tighten fasteners to the best level of tension to prevent over or under tightening. Over tightening can cause damage from strain and under tightening can allow the pieces […]Read More
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchasesThe main reason for using a torque wrench is for its accuracy when tightening nuts or bolts. If you don’t know how to use a torque wrench or calibrate it for accuracy, then there is little benefit to using a torque wrench over a conventional wrench. Calibrating your […]Read More