Silverline 1/2" drive Chrome Vanadium Torque Wrench 28-210Nm £14.89 Delivered Free @ Amazon
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Silverline 1/2" drive Chrome Vanadium Torque Wrench 28-210Nm £14.89 Delivered Free @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Jan 2012
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Excellent price
Comes with125mm extension bar and 1/2" to 3/8" converter in a sturdy case.
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Wonderful, been meaning to buy one of these for a while.
is there anyway to find out what settings you require for cars etc ?
Haynes manual has most things listed that you'd be fiddling with.
Ha - weirdly I bought one of these today at exactly this price! Seems like a bargain, apparently good for bicycles as well as cars.
got one of these few months back, everything u need from a torque wrench. dont forget to loosen it off before you put it away!
Ihave one wrench is good accessories poor. Good price though
thelimopit

Ha - weirdly I bought one of these today at exactly this price! Seems … Ha - weirdly I bought one of these today at exactly this price! Seems like a bargain, apparently good for bicycles as well as cars.



Too powerful for most things on a bicycle.
I'm sure he meant a motorbike.
Thanks , heat added been after one of these for a while and with me planning to service the bike this wknd, couldn't of come at a better time !
Damn, just bought one of these from screw fix direct for £25 although they have a pretty cheap small precision torque wrench for £35 which i also bought and goes between 5 & 28 Nm Range 1/4 " Drive
if this is anygood for anyone. Heat added
been wanting to get one for ages. This is a great price. ordered Thanks OP!!!
Cheers OP, this was on my christmas list but no one got it for me!!!

The Amazon page has contradictory information:

Technical Details

28-210Nm

Product Specifications
Part Number : 633567
Item Dimensions
Weight: 855 grams
Product Description
Chrome vanadium steel torque wrench with torque range of 42-210Nm. Includes 125mm extension bar and 1/2" to 3/8" converter. Includes storage case.

The Silverline site gives 42-210Nm as the correct range. 42Nm is probably too high a starting point for a lot of jobs.
I've just noticed the contradiction in torque ranges too. Looks like this will be going back.
Just been out and looked at mine, the packaging does state 28Nm, but the wrench guidemarks only go as low as 42Nm.

I've got one of these for the lower 10-80Nm torques: amazon.co.uk/Dra…8-1 Used on my bike recently to change out springs on Fox forks.

The Silverline is a well made piece, especially for the money.
£19.75 now
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Heed20

I've just noticed the contradiction in torque ranges too. Looks like this … I've just noticed the contradiction in torque ranges too. Looks like this will be going back.



I,ve just noticed the conflicting information, for most people who have bought or who are thinking of buying
I would not let this put you off.
The fact is that for nearly all vehicles one torque wrench will not give you the full range to cover all situations, even if it did you would not dream of using a tool of this size to torque small nuts and bolts,
this is a substantial tool.
The answer for most people will to be to buy a 3/8" drive torque wrench(in addittion to this one) when a deal comes along like this.
This is a great price and I would not send it back, it might be a long time before you see one at this price again.

thelimopit

Ha - weirdly I bought one of these today at exactly this price! Seems … Ha - weirdly I bought one of these today at exactly this price! Seems like a bargain, apparently good for bicycles as well as cars.


Bikes as in push bikes ,what are you tightening up with a 2kg wrench with min capacity of 28Nm?
Built bikes,wheels etc for decades and all that's needed is commonsense.
We have silver line tools at work can't say there the best quality but for a now and then use this would be sufficient!
I bought one of these six months ago and it still hasn't uttered a word yet.
I've had one of these for years ... dont know what brand, but same device. Used with bikes, cars and trucks. Never failed me and I test all my wrenches on a torque tester once a month and always been pretty much bob on!
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