Did you mean Torque wrench and that was a misspelling or were you being humorous?
Not only do I really know how to spell it, I can actually use one, too!
I have a few torque wrenches and have paid $350 for one that I used to build engines.
Interesting discovery, though. I was given a $30 torque wrench from Harbor Freight as a gift. I compared it to one of my Snap On's when torquing lug nuts. They were both fairly equal when it came to 85#.
Would I use the $30 one for engine building? Probably not. But for keeping in the fiver and checking wheel lug torque, definately.
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