Yep, thats the one that I have. Cheap and I haven't found the need to buy another one.Speedüb Nate said:...I caught crap for those already, the first time I posted this pic.
This is the one I use for general purpose bike stuff. Craftsman beam type, 0 to 75 ft-lbs. it's the same exact wrench as Park Tool's TW-1, just different graphics and you'll have to convert to inch pounds. Oh, and it's only $20.
I just go to Sears or OSH and pick up Craftsman bits, but most speciality tool stores will have 'em as will any Snap-On van.mtber36 said:On a related note, what's a good source for allen, torx and "wrench" bits for a torque wrench?
The Park BBT-2 *I believe* is built to accept a 3/8" drive, which will fit the Craftsman wrench. If yours doesn't fit, you can use a crow's foot attachment, but you'll have to do a torque conversion to get an accurate measurement.mtber36 said:What do you use for the bottom bracket? Got one of those park tools that fit the splines and takes a large wrench to turn