Seems more of the torque settings are in. lbs. than ft. lbs. Is there a torque wrench that does both accurately, or do I need to get each separately?
All calibrated torque wrenches do in lbs and ft lbs accurately.Seems more of the torque settings are in. lbs. than ft. lbs. Is there a torque wrench that does both accurately, or do I need to get each separately?
All measuring tools have some tolerance. If you need to do both inch lbs. and foot lbs., get two torque wrenches. The tolerance on a foot lbs. wrench will be too high for accurate inch lbs. settings. Unless all of your inch lbs. settings are really high.
I agree with these post. Another consideration is the length of the torque wrench. ft/lbs torque wrench are generally much longer thanTypical torque wrench is +/- 3% .
3% of 100 in/lbs = 3 in/lbs .
3% of 100 ft/lbs = 36 in/lbs .
Buy both in/lbs and ft/lbs wrenches .
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