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Pedro's Mini Pro Torque Wrench

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    Stop guessing.

    You can guess how tight to make all your bike’s bolts, or you can use the Pedros Mini Pro Torque Wrench and be sure. Set the desired torque on the handle, and this wrench makes an audible click when you reach the appropriate force. This Pedros wrench covers everything from 3-15 Nm (20-240 inch-lbs) with a four-percent margin of error. The Mini Pro includes a hard-shell carrying case but does not include Allen or Torx bits.

    • Item #PED0069

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    2 years

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This adjustable shop grade torque wrench goes from 3 to 15nm and is easy to adjust. This is a must have if you are spending money on carbon components. This keeps garage mechanics from over torquing those titanium bolts holding those Carbon handlebars to those carbon stems. Mistakes like that can be costly and keep you off your bike. The numbers around the bezel can wear off if you are grabbing them instead of the grooved section, so fair warning (mine haven't but I have seen one that did) But it is still very usable based on the numbers in the window. Be sure to dial it back to zero after use and before storage to keep it accurate for as long as possible.

    Great little torque wrench

      Dont think a tool like this is worth the coin, you will next time you crush your carbon steerer or snap that fancy Ti bolt you just ponied up for to shave some weight. That aside, a properly torqued bike is a safe and happy bike. Put your fingers around this and give a pull, but make sure you stop when you hear the click! Goes really great with a set of these(with a 3/8 to 1/4 adapter)... http://www.hucknroll.com/mountainbike/Park-Tool-Socket-and-Bit-Set-SBS-1/PAR0138M.html

      Indispensable Tech Tool.

        Dont think a tool like this is worth the coin, you will next time you crush your carbon steerer or snap that fancy Ti bolt you just ponied up for to shave some weight. That aside, a properly torqued bike is a safe and happy bike. Put your fingers around this and give a pull, but make sure you stop when you hear the click! Goes really great with a set of these(with a 3/8 to 1/4 adapter)...
        http://www.realcyclist.com/roadbike/Park-Tool-Socket-and-Bit-Set-SBS-1/PAR0138M.html

        Once you hear the crack, it's too late.

          Stop shearing bolts and crushing handlebars. Once you hear them crack, it's too late.

          http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/torque-wrenches-why-you-need-one-and-how-to-use-them?cid=OTC-RSS&attr=features

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          What are the overall dimensions on the...

          What are the overall dimensions on the tool that make it miniature?!?

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          Does the Pedro Mini Pro Torque Wrench come...

          Does the Pedro Mini Pro Torque Wrench come with the attachments (hex wrenches and, possibly, bits)? Not sure whether the Amazon price includes the attachments.... Thank you.

          I'm trying to locate a small (foot pound)...

          I'm trying to locate a small (foot pound) torque wrench with minumum settings in the 12 to 15 foot pound range. I need this wrench to perform maintance on my Otto Bock micro-processor C-Leg, prostethic leg. I live 1000 miles west of Anchorage in the Aleutian Islands. Any suggestion where I might order one???

          The Pedro's torque wrench is what you need. You convert pound-feet to pound-inches by multiplying by 12. The torque you need is 144 to 180 pound-inches which is within the range of this wrench.