Park Tool TW-5.2 Clicker Torque Wrench 18-124 Inch Pounds (3/8" Drive)

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Park Tool TW-5.2 Clicker Torque Wrench 18-124 Inch Pounds (3/8" Drive)
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This is the Park Tool TW-5.2 Clicker Torque Wrench. As various lightweight materials become more common, torque wrench use in the shop is no longer an option—it’s a must have tool for any mechanic. The TW-5.2 is a high quality, ratcheting, click type torque wrench that will accurately measure and apply the proper amount of torque to a component’s threaded fastener. It is designed for lower torque settings that a shop or  consumer would use for proper seat post, seat clamp and handlebar / stem installation. Comes with its own protective case.


Features:
  • Ratcheting 3/8” drive
  • Reads and registers for both Left hand and Right hand threading
  • Dial-adjust system allows desired torque setting to be preset
  • 2-14 Newton Meter range (18-124 Inch Pounds)
  • Adjustable to 0.4 Nm increments
  • Conversion scale on tool body
  • 22.9cm (9”) length
  • Calibrated to be accurate to +/- 4%


NOTE: Torque wrenches are precision instruments and are not intended for use as a general-purpose ratcheting driver. Do not exceed 14Nm when using the TW-5.2

This product was added to our catalog on March 7, 2018

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Wednesday, Apr 21 2021 (about a year ago)
Park Tool TW-5.2 Clicker Torque Wrench 18-124 Inch Pounds (3/8" Drive)
So far I am less than pleased with this tool. Torque wrenches are needed when working on bikes. I’m am not unfamiliar with a torque wrench. Watching many of the park tool YouTube videos you hear an audible click when you’ve reached your limit. Unfortunately I found out the hard way that this tool doesn’t give a clear click sound (like their videos) but only a small movement showing you’ve reached your desired tightness. Unfortunately it resulted in a broken seat post screw a few days before a race to find out that the click was my screw and not the torque wrench. 3 days before a race and I can’t get the needed part to have my seat at the right height, so this will be fun.