Fezzari Torque Wrench Tools

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MSRP : $79.99

Product Description

The Fezzari torque wrench is a must have for all home bicycle mechanics. Having this torque wrench allows you to get the exact torque specs needed on your seatpost clamp, handle bar, stem bolts, and more, to ensure they don't slip and that you don't accidentally crush the carbon by over-tightening. With the 1/4" drive socket drive and the included attachements you have all the tools you need to work on your bike and other toys. The Fezzari torque wrench includes:

  • reversible 1/4" reversible ratchet
  • Allen hex bits 3,4,5,6,8,10 mm
  • T25 Torx attachment
  • Exact torque scale from 2-24 Nm

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