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Pics of my new tools.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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The larger of the two torque wrenches looks *exactly* like the Sears Craftsman one I bought for about $25. I'm curious, why did you get two torque wrenches? I'm guessing one is 3/8" and the other is 1/4". You might be able to get a converter that will allow you to both from the same wrench.

What's the blue thing next to the chart? And the chart?
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(08-25-2010, 10:04 PM)AndrewB Wrote:  The larger of the two torque wrenches looks *exactly* like the Sears Craftsman one I bought for about $25. I'm curious, why did you get two torque wrenches? I'm guessing one is 3/8" and the other is 1/4". You might be able to get a converter that will allow you to both from the same wrench.

What's the blue thing next to the chart? And the chart?

The 3/8" one is for the big jobs and the 1/4" is for stem and small stuff like brake pads. Its just better to have the tools you need on hand I think.The 1/4" I use it yesterday for the stem.And it is good for SPD as well.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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Noticed you got the tension meter too very nice! Wag will do ya justice too. I use mine on new bikes I work for safety purposes so I feel better that whoever riding it will be safe.!
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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(08-26-2010, 03:52 AM)Bill Wrote:  Noticed you got the tension meter too very nice! Wag will do ya justice too. I use mine on new bikes I work for safety purposes so I feel better that whoever riding it will be safe.!

Yep Bill I have already use it a few times to check wheel out for my grand kids.So many tools I want to get but my trip is calling me to go lol.I have all the time I need now if I could get all the money I wanted Hmmmmmm.
My dad always told me a Sledge a matic can fix any thing.
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#6
How do you like that socket torque wrench? I have the same one but have not used it yet. I bought it at a yard sale for $1
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