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Old 12-11-2003, 02:53 PM   #6
STI4ME
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Join Date: Apr 2001
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Location: Fresno, CA
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2002 WRX
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When it comes to spending $$ on torque wrench, the sky is the limit. Yeah, Mac, Snap-On, etc are very nice, but too rich for my blood. The Craftsman Digitorq is fine for my needs. The key to any torque wrench is getting it calibrated periodically, including the high end ones.

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Originally posted by Texas25RS
Skip Craftsman... they are onyl garanteed for 90 days... I have a Mac Tools one and a Craftsman... Yeah... torque wrenchs are a good place to spend the extra $$$ for a better brand... I love the Mac one I have.... Since I got it (from one of my landscaping customers) I have not touched my Craftsman...
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