'Torque the torque' with ease

Increase accuracy and save time

Published:  10 March, 2011

rong>A new ¼” TechAngle torque and angle wrench is available from Snap-on Tools, designed to save techs time while also increasing accuracy.

/>The tool covers a range from 2.7Nm up to 27.1Nm so can be used on very low torques such as camshaft carrier bolts on Mercedes and Honda models, sensitive equipment such as airbags and the many plastic fasteners that can be found on bumpers, grills and headlig

/>After setting the torque you need and an angle when appropriate, the wrench will beep and buzz when you reach the pre-set measurem

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