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    Senior Member t_glover's Avatar
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    I acquired this thirty some years ago. Its a great tool!
    Terry

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    Vortex makes a nice torque driver. Nearly twice the price I paid for my Wheeler, but itís a much more refined tool.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kennymo View Post
    Biggest advantage I can see is a little extra precision in your torque setting. The graduated scale on the standard Wheeler wrench is pretty coarse and kind of small. Any setting outside of five pound increments involves an educated guesstimate, though I'm sure I'm getting it pretty damn close.....
    How does the digital one let you know you are there? Does it vibrate? or click?
    How do I change my signature to something about Bacon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eel View Post
    How does the digital one let you know you are there? Does it vibrate? or click?
    It sends you an email.

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    lol, it beeps
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    Is it just me or did Cabelas jump the price of the Wheeler wrench by about $10 since my first post? Could this be the power of a mention on GOC?

    Anyway, the thing is now effectively $90 online, plus tax and shipping of course.
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    yep its a rip off I do want one though but unless you mount scopes for a living
    or other things requiring specific torque all the time .I can't justify paying that
    I don't think I even paid that for the large ratchet style for working on vehicles
    which sits in the tool box most of the time to bad you can't just rent one somewhere

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