So, there are only 2 torque specs > 150 lb ft on the truck--and both are LCA, right?

6716

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Jul 24, 2012
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And the lowest torque spec is 61 lb in?

So the range (LCA bracket mount bolts excepted) is about 5 to 150 lb ft.

Is there one decent torque wrench with this kind of range? Because as far as I can tell it looks like it will take 2 wrenches to cover all of that.
 

The_Roadie

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Nov 19, 2011
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2 is typical. One 3/8" drive, the other 1/2" drive.
 

MAY03LT

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Nov 18, 2011
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At work I have both, but at home I've only needed a craftsman 1/2" that does 20-150ft/lbs. Anything under 20 and I tighten it by hand and make a click sound myself.
 

Lima Tango

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Dec 4, 2011
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I got a Mountain 25-250 ft/lb 1/2" torque wrench from Amazon for a little over $50 and it has served me well lo these many months. I don't have an in/lb one yet but am getting around to it; in the interim I will totally have to rip it and click it like advised above.
 

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