About Torque Wrenches
A Torque Wrench does as its name suggests - provides torque! It is used on a nut or bolt, and the level of torque is specific in order to avoid damage or stripping - to avoid these things the tightness of the screws and bolts is crucial. Overtightening is one of the most common mistakes made by those who work on their cars at home and can incur avoidable costs to a project and waste your time.
Why Do I Need a Torque Wrench?
Torque Wrenches are a great, cost-effective, investment for any tradesman, mechanic, or at-home DIYer or hobbiest. Using a Torque Wrench can effectively prevent common issues you may encounter when working with nuts and bolts on your vehcile, or in any other project, such as over-tightening. These issues can be expenisve to fix, but easy to avoid by correctly using a Torque Wrench! Make broken bolts, stripped thread, and damaged equipment a thing of the past by using a Torque Wrench, adjusted to the manufacturer-listing setting, to ensure you do not overtighten nuts and bolts. For vehicle applications, it is untrue that Torque Wrenches are unnecessary and are very important to use when changing rims, as they allow you to tighten lug nuts without causing damage to the rim.
Our Range of Torque Wrenches
Sparesbox have you covered when it comes to Torque Wrenches and we have the right fit for you job, and future jobs, too! We only carry Torque Wrenches from the best in the Hand Tools business - SP Tools, GearWrench, Toledo Tools, Bikeservice, and GoPro. We stock different ki9nds of Torque Wrenches to suit your needs and a variety of applications, including Digital and Electronic Torque Wrenches. Other Tools in the range include Spanners, Metric Tool Kits, Pliers, Power Tool Wrenches, Angular Gauges, Socket Sets, and Oil Filter Tools.