TeKNiC330 said:If you're gonna do pulleys and oil changes, be sure to look for the right torque wrench. I got one that torques from 25-250 which is too high to torque the pulley bolts and oil drain plug/filter.
There is a 10-100lb/s one? Made by craftsman? I never knew that, i'm going to exchange mines then.PhilH said:Even though I have one that is 10 to 100, it's not accurate enough to work at 18.5 ft lbs for the oil filter cap. It just doesn't click when set that low.
It's made by Husky and I bought it at Home Depot.TeKNiC330 said:
There is a 10-100lb/s one? Made by craftsman? I never knew that, i'm going to exchange mines then.
On the 25-250lb/s one, it clicked when i had it at 25lbs. It's pretty weird that yours didn't click at 18.5lbs.
I was going to get that one, but our wheels needed to be torqued to 87lb/s.Audioman said:I have the Craftsman 10-75 3/8 inch and it is perfect for most jobs. It can go up to 80 lf/lb. So it is perfiect for oil changes and torqing the wheels back on.
Get a seperate breaker bar to take the wheel lugs and drain plug off.