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Torque Wrench

Mfg PartNum:PR100340
$111.99
MSRP:$139.99
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Take out the guesswork.

The PRO Torque Wrench provides accurate torque readings for today's lightweight components. With so much carbon on modern bicycles, torque wrenches are becoming more of a necessity. The PRO Torque Wrench will provide you everything you need to properly tighten the bolts on your stem, handlebars, seat post and more. No longer worry if you're over-tightening your bolts and crushing your carbon fiber components. The Pro Torque Wrench takes out the guesswork and gives you accuracy.

Tight enough? The PRO torque wrench will make sure you set torque to manufacturer specifications and eliminate the guesswork. Accurate reading from 0 to 15 Nm. Includes 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, and 6mm hex wrench/Allen key sockets and Torx T25 and T30 sockets. Also includes storage box and socket extension.

Features:

  • High quality precision tool
  • Small and easy to use storage box included
  • Adjustability from 3 to 15Nm; For all stems / handlebars / seat posts etc.
  • Includes M3, M4, M5, M6, T25 and T30 chrome vanadium sockets and extension
  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

    The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

     

    Weight: 450 grams

     

    Weight: 450 grams

     

    Tool Type: Torque Wrenches 

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    Works perfect
    by scafats
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Vancouver WA

    Great Torque wrench. Good positive "click" feedback when you reach the proper torque. No guesswork. Easy to set and easy to read. Nice storage box. Has most sockets but I purchased more sizes i needed.

    Reviewed 8/13/2020
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    Necessary for carbon frames
    by Lawrence
    PORTLAND
    1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    Nice straightforward torque wrench. Good compact size for the home mechanic wanting to keep carbon bike's fittings and fasteners at the correct torque. Just so you know, this wrench has a 14 inch drive. High quality tool with the common size sockets included.

    Reviewed 3/25/2017
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    Great torque wrench
    by Lance_Notstrong
    Los Angeles

    I have spin doctor torque wrench already but found the dial to be hard to get it to the right torque. The dial on this pro wrench is easier to read the correct torque need especially when wrenching down on carbon pieces and parts.

    Never screw things on a carbon bike without a torque wrench. The wrench be a little more than one would want to spend on a wrench but a reliable and accurate one is worth the cost and will save you hundreds because no one wants to replace expensive CF parts because they didnt use the right tools.

    Reviewed 5/9/2019
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    Perfect for bicycle work.
    by Merlin
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Portland, OR
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    I've had several torque wrenches over the years, mostly to work on motorcycles. Also had a Park beam style wrench for bicycles.

    However this wrench is the one! Wide range of torque and includes common size bits.

    I'm VERY happy with this purchase!

    Reviewed 3/28/2019
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    Almost 5 stars
    by Steven D
    East Setauket NY

    The convenience of the case holding the bits and extension is 5 stars, but doesnt lock closed (1star)

    Made by a Shimano subsidiary, 5 stars. Loose ratchet connection. Too much wiggle for my confidence in accuracy of torque (1 star). So as an average I feel it is a 3-4 star device for the money. Little things can easily bring it to 5 stars. Manufacturer just needs to dial these small elements in. My higher end local bike shop says they use it all the time for past 2 years with no issue. That gives me some comfort.

    Reviewed 3/29/2019
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    Good torque wrench for my personal needs.
    by Six-O
    SE Texas
    4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    I am enjoying the use of this torque wrench. The dial setting takes a little understanding at first, but no problems thereafter. User should note that when the torque setting is exceeded, the handle will break over in a slight clockwise motion from the head. That is normal and discernable to the user. There is not a loud click that some brands of torque wrenches exhibit.

    Reviewed 10/15/2018
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    Great addition
    by Anonymous

    This torque wrench fit is purpose perfectly. Compact and accurate and comes with the most common size sockets used. A great addition to my toolbox. No need to spend hundreds of dollars on Snapp On or Matco.

    Reviewed 1/16/2020
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    Compact and Accurate
    by Anonymous
    Orange County CA

    Use for my coupled tandems, road bikes, various other jobs. Easy to use too.

    Reviewed 1/16/2020
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    Essential for Carbon Fiber Bike Owners
    by Lee-M
    American Midwest
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    Nice, heavy-duty tool, easy to use. A vital addition to your bike toolkit, if you plan to safely make any adjustments on your carbon fiber Bike.

    Reviewed 7/17/2017
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    quick & accurate
    by Anonymous
    Competitive Racer
    New York, NY
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    price was decent for a tool that all cyclists should have in their bag. the accuracy of shimano products are top notch without the park tools premium price.

    Reviewed 6/26/2017
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    Does the job but not ideal given the price
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    San Jose, CA
    8 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

    Pros: Has a smaller than usual head for getting into tight places, torque level is easy to specify and read, price includes a case with enough allen / torx bits to cover most of your bike which needs a torque wrench of this size.

    Cons: The head does not feature a quick release to release the bits - you just have to yank them off which ends up being a pain if you switch bits often, the torque level adjustment dial has a cheap, plastic feel - I worry about it's longevity, the torque wrench click doesn't feature as obvious of an audible or tactile click as other adjustable torque wrenches I've used.

    Compared to similar (cheaper / generic) torque wrenches, there isn't much benefit to paying a premium for the PRO version, other than (maybe?) getting a product that hopefully passed tighter quality control and is calibrated accurately.

    Reviewed 4/4/2017
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    This tool is an standard issue item.
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Northern New Hampshire
    3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    I have replaced 90% of the parts of my 10 year old road bike in the past year. After a lot of online research, the PRO Torque Wrench seems to be a standard issue item. This type of torque wrench is a must have tool if you are working with carbon fiber. I found it to be a good value with the included sockets and extension. The tool performed as it was advertized. I felt confident in tightening up parts to their recommended tension. This coming from a amatuer bicycle mechanic with long history of over tightening and destroying parts.

    Reviewed 3/20/2017
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    A must have in the bike tool list!
    by Robin
    Cycling Enthusiast
    St. George & Park City - Utah
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    I purchased the Pro Torque Wrench to loosen and tighten my seat post each time I load my road bikes in my car. I travel with my bikes inside our car and the removal of the seat postseat is required. The bike frames and seat posts are all graphite and need careful tightening, so using the torque wrench eliminates the guesswork.

    Reviewed 3/10/2017
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    Good quality and a great value
    by Thomas
    Competitive Racer
    Boston, MA
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    I'll have to be honest that I've seen torque wrenches designed for low torque precision equipment that is a little nicer than this one, but they are also many times the price. For the home mechanic looking for a flexible and accurate tool, this is a great option. I have a couple expensive carbon bikes with carbon components like seat posts, stems and bars. This wrench allows me to make adjustments and get things snug enough so that they don't slip, while preventing expensive over-torque damage.

    Reviewed 2/28/2017
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    Handy but very accurate.
    by rickrides
    Cycling Enthusiast
    SF Bat Area, CA

    Nice product but it isn't very accurate. I tested it against 3 other torque wrenches and I had to set it at 7nm to get 5nm. Two of the torque tools were small 5nm click wrenches. The other was a Park TW2 which is a 38 drive beam type that I don't think is available anymore. I bought this because it is a lot more handy than my Park tool.

    Reviewed 5/10/2019
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    Simple peace of mind
    by Anonymous
    Competitive Racer
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    High quality Shimano product. I feel better now about cranking down on stem and seatpost bolts. Nice selection of bits and hardy travel case.

    Reviewed 1/25/2019
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    Great tool for the cost.
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    VA BCH, VA

    Easy to use, meets most spec's for torque. Glad this had the bits included and torx.

    Reviewed 12/17/2018
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    Carbon....needs a torque wrench
    by Lavick
    Cycling Enthusiast
    NYNJ
    1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    Will give a review when I give this wrench a bit more use. But seems to work fine. It's a bit pricier then others on the web but are the others accurate? I'd have to over tighten and crack a part.

    Reviewed 11/2/2018
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    Dangerously inadequate instructions
    by WSBiker
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Seattle, WA
    3 of 32 customers found this review helpful.

    I am admittedly new to using a torque wrench but needed to insure a troublesome seat post was tight enough to eliminate constant slippage. Not knowing how to use it, I dutifully read the instructions. Unfortunately, although provided in a couple dozen languages, it doesn't say much except to check out their website. Even more unfortunately the website was no more than a list of links to other websites. Interestingly it now appears to be back on line, but still no more than an online copy of their paper instructions provided with the product. So just trying it on my own, the seat post clamp broke, so I guess that problem has been solved in forcing me to buy a better seat post.

    Fortunately, a friendly bike shop mechanic was able to quickly show me how it works and speculate on what might have gone wrong with my initial use. He assured me it is a good product, so I will continue to experiment with it. This assurance is the only reason for giving this product even 2 stars. The learning curve can be pricey and thus the value rating.

    Finally, shame on PRO for providing instructions that are appropriate only for those who don't already know how to use the tool. But then if their market is only professional shop mechanics. So if you are not, just beware.

    Reviewed 8/28/2015
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    Safety at a reasonable price
    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Seattle
    4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

    Once, I almost crashed because my handlebars weren't properly tightened. Since then, I over-tighten the bolts to prevent a repeat of the problem. I can't tell you how many times I've snapped bolts I tightened down too hard. We travel a lot to cycle, so I'm frequently re-attaching my handlebars to the stem. Now I can get the torque just right!

    Reviewed 5/21/2015
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