MAC ALLISTER 1/2" TORQUE WRENCH - £15.20 @ B&Q
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MAC ALLISTER 1/2" TORQUE WRENCH - £15.20 @ B&Q

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LocalFound 2nd JanEdited by:"divy10"
Edited on 06/02/2018 - now only £10 but only few store that have this in stock.

Was at the B&Q store didn't show anything online, but luckely found it and bought all . Hope you find one for your self.

There are other two size avilable:

MAC ALLISTER 3/8" TORQUE WRENCH - £13.60
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MAC ALLISTER 1/4" TORQUE WRENCH - £12.80
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Product Information for MAC ALLISTER 1/2" TORQUE WRENCH

Maximum torque (hard) - 210 NmRotation direction - Forward & reversePurpose - For tightening screws or bolts where a specific tension is required

Features and Benefits

Adjusting components, helping prevent costly damage or dangerous loosening of bolts.Torque range: 42 - 210 nm, +/- 4% accuracy
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12 Comments
Non in stock at Birkenhead.
Glad you bought them all - well done.
Original Poster
Bilbo19681 m ago

Glad you bought them all - well done.


Well they had 2 of the 1/2 socket so ya if thats all they had then i got it
Edited by: "divy10" 2nd Jan
I was after a 1/4 - none in stock anywere
Forgive my ignorance, I'm not a handy man, but what is the difference? Do they all do the same thing, just need different attachment sizes?
iant679 m ago

Forgive my ignorance, I'm not a handy man, but what is the difference? Do …Forgive my ignorance, I'm not a handy man, but what is the difference? Do they all do the same thing, just need different attachment sizes?



Fit different size sockets hence 1/4", 3/8" & 1/2", plus the torque settings will start higher on the larger drives and the larger drives will not go as low a setting as the smaller drives
Edited by: "dert" 2nd Jan
dert3 m ago

Fit different size sockets hence 1/4", 3/8" & 1/2", plus the torque …Fit different size sockets hence 1/4", 3/8" & 1/2", plus the torque settings will start higher on the larger drives and the larger drives will not go as low a setting as the smaller drives


So for general car work, such as replacing a seat belt or putting a tyre back on, what would be the best one?
iant673 m ago

So for general car work, such as replacing a seat belt or putting a tyre …So for general car work, such as replacing a seat belt or putting a tyre back on, what would be the best one?



The 1/2" drive would be best for that
Sweet, thanks very much.
Original Poster
Oh one more thing, they don't show up in thier system best thing to do is probbably give them a ring, or if possiblt just visit your local store, their stock level is way off the chart. Wanted to pay for one of this last night, but didnt go though and came up with message stating not in stock, but when I went there they had them
Edited by: "divy10" 2nd Jan
dert2nd Jan

The 1/2" drive would be best for that


Only if you have 1/2" sockets, which would seem unlikely for most "diy mechanics", general purpose socket sets will generally come on 1/4 and 3/8 sets, with 1/2" needed for much bigger jobs, for car work I can't see anything needing more than 3/8" sockets / bars / torque wrenches, I've certainly never needed anything over 3/8 for any car I have ever worked on, and if they did a step up adaptor and individual 1/2" is going to be more economical than a full set.
Edited by: "eset12345" 4th Jan
eset123456 h, 42 m ago

Only if you have 1/2" sockets, which would seem unlikely for most "diy …Only if you have 1/2" sockets, which would seem unlikely for most "diy mechanics", general purpose socket sets will generally come on 1/4 and 3/8 sets, with 1/2" needed for much bigger jobs, for car work I can't see anything needing more than 3/8" sockets / bars / torque wrenches, I've certainly never needed anything over 3/8 for any car I have ever worked on, and if they did a step up adaptor and individual 1/2" is going to be more economical than a full set.


I would guess that most diy mechanics that use a torque wrench use it for tightening wheel nuts. So a 1/2-inch would be recommended.
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