- Oct 26, 2019
I am looking at the Tekton 1/2" drive. The 3/8" drive with the Linux question is an EPAuto... https://www.amazon.com/EPAuto-8-Inch-Torque-ft-lb-13-6-108-5/dp/B075ZVQVSY/ref=sxin_4_ac_d_rm?ac_md=1-1-dG9ycXVlIHdyZW5jaCAzLzg=-ac_d_rm&keywords=torque+wrench&pd_rd_i=B075ZVQVSY&pd_rd_r=a36ec93c-7136-4a83-b385-9dd7fd0832a9&pd_rd_w=fBD3K&pd_rd_wg=0OO83&pf_rd_p=ed481207-4bea-4e19-bbad-73ed40fdc292&pf_rd_r=7HDGSKDWVDD35AEMA2QR&psc=1&qid=1572539903I heard the sockets work best with DeWalt drivers.
And The torque wrench needs to be update often.:tongue:
Were you looking at a Tekton?
I figure a 3/8" drive would work for most of what I need to torque. I want a 1/2" as well... I can probably also use it if I decide to take up watch repair. A 1/2" torque wrench could double as a handy precision hammer (it would not surprise me to see a question about whether it can be used to drive nails in the wall to hang pictures).
Do you have a recommendation one way or another about Tekton? Or any other brand you like better, or that you think I should avoid like a mother-in-law?