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September 1, 2005, 06:05 PM

Anyone know where I can rent some tools? I need a torque wrench that does at least 160 ft/lbs. My local autozone was no help. Home Depot didn't have any. If worse comes to worse I guess I can buy one at sears and return it the next day.
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September 1, 2005, 06:39 PM

WTF do you have to tighten to 160ft lbs ??? Thats a lot of Fn torque.


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September 1, 2005, 07:40 PM

Craftsman has a tourqe wrench that goes to 250 ft pounds its part number 00934187000 it lists for 229.00. Probably not an in stock item. Also probably only returnable for store credit if at all.


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WTF do you have to tighten to 160ft lbs ??? Thats a lot of Fn torque.
The nut on the clutch hub. Ducati spec is 157 ft/lbs
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If you can trailer it to Batley they can prolly do that as a freebie


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I found one at Snap On that does 3000 ft pounds part number tec3005fu list is 6006.05 it comes with a seperatley packeged calibrated 10 foot extender bar


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September 1, 2005, 10:22 PM

sweet... I'm all over that....I should buy a tool that is worth more than a lot of bikes

cool find though


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Can you put it on a trailer? I can borrow one from a friend and meet you somewhere. Or where is Parkville?


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