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Deal to CPA members (torque wrench)

Check out this link and if interested let me know, by way of PM. I will give you a code to bring the price down to $99 plus free shipping. The hard case comes with it to.

Brown Line Metalworks, LLC | Professional Grade Digital Torque Wrench

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FANCY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can you play Pac Man on it too? lol!! You know I am pickin Rick.

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I don't know if you can but not sure you can get them this cheap anywhere else. Free shipping and the hard case come with it. I am just relaying info and not making any money from this. looks like a good deal. I have one ordered.

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IIRC I paid more for my click type torque wrench from Sears. As long as it is accurate it looks cool. With my luck the batteries would be dead every time I went to use it. Now if they made one that would switch between ft lbs and inch lbs that would be cool and well worth the cash. With electronics you would think that would be possible.

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I have a Cornwell electronic torque wrench that'll switch from ft/lbs to in/lbs... paid a lot more than $99 for it tho.


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Kevin you must read this Professional Grade Digital Torque Wrench | Brown Line Metalworks, LLC

it does switch between
15 – 150 ft/lbs
180 – 1,800 in/lbs
20.3 – 203 Nm

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Rick, have you gotten your wrench in yet? If so, what do you think of it? From what I have read everyone that has reviewed them is happy with their purchase.

Looks to be a solid product, I might have to pick one up to replace my worn out harbor freight wrench

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It looks well bilt and is easy to switch between 15 – 150 ft/lbs ::: 180 – 1,800 in/lbs :::: 20.3 – 203 Nm
It has storage for the batteries in the case below the wrench and has a good instruction book with it. I think for the price it is a great value. Haven't used it yet but if I come to the GTG I will bring it with me

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