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Parktool 4000861 TW-2 Clé dynamométrique Bleu

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Hauteur4 pouces
Longueur18 pouces
Poids905 grammes
Largeur6 pouces
SaisonToutes saisons
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Non
MarquePark Tool

Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 52,1 x 11,4 x 5,4 cm ; 454 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: TW-2
  • Date de mise en ligne sur : 22 août 2012
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Clé de Torsion Park Tool TW-2 Afin déviter de trop ou pas assez serer les vis et écrous, les fabricants de pièces détachés donnent des couples de serrages spécifiques. Les clés dynamométriques à torsion Park Tool sont faciles à utiliser, simples à re-calibrer et mesurent précisément le couple appliqué à une vis ou un écrou. Embout carré de 3/8 Mesure de 0 à 70 Newton-mètre

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Permets de serrer à des valeurs approximatifs - difficile d'atteindre des valeurs précises

La manche est assez longue donc il y a un bon effet de levier
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Re-Branded, 1/2 the Price at Sears 17 mars 2012
Par The Squirrel - Publié sur
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+ Does not need to be sent off for calibration
+ Durable

- The identical unit, under a different brand, is available at Sears for 1/2 the price
- Plastic handle feels cheap.
- Make sure you calibrate it out of the box - mine was about 1 nM off and the needle was pressed against the meter. Seems sloppy.

I have several other Park tools and they work well (usually not the best, but better than average). I expected something a little more tailored for bicycle repair - my fault (not sure what I was expecting I guess). It's as basic as torque wrenches get.

Docked 1 star for value, lack of calibration out of the box (just bend it back at the wrench head), and the cheap handle. Still, it works and most importantly with no worries about the calibration being off. The sound of carbon fiber cracking is not pleasant.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Works great, gets the job done 23 juin 2013
Par Jeff Walden - Publié sur
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After too much guesstimating torque by feel, I finally broke down and got a torque wrench. This one seems to work pretty well, although it's perhaps unfortunate that accurate measurement is only possible if you're turning the wrench when you observe the torque. (It seems highly likely to me that this is the nature of the beast, and not a demerit of this wrench.) A wrench with ratcheting mechanism to prevent over-torquing would be nicer, but for the price I was willing to pay (and given my relative inexperience at much past basic to intermediate bike maintenance), it didn't seem warranted. As I believe I saw recommended in other review comments, I picked up Park Tool Socket and Bit Set to put it to use. Everything works a charm, at least in my estimation (which, it should be made clear, is not that of a well-seasoned bike mechanic) -- no complaints.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 nothing fancy, works great 22 mai 2014
Par turbomatic - Publié sur
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I bought some campy cranks that had very specific torque values and tried installing them without a torque wrench--they kept coming loose. Once I installed using this wrench and tightened the cranks to spec, they've never come loose. One of those tools that doesn't get used a lot, but when you do use it, you're glad you have it. Real long so I've used it a handful of times just for the simple fact you can get a ton of leverage for stuck BB cups. This plus the handle is very comfy. Can't speak for accuracy but it's Park so you got to assume it's pretty ok. I've got this for big jobs and one of those little 5nm keys for stem bolts. Between the two I don't feel like I need much else. Glad I have it in my garage now.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Awkward and difficult to use 14 mars 2015
Par Super Happy - Publié sur
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I returned this.

I found this awkward and hard to use properly when working on my bicycle.

I know that many people swear by these, but the angles that are needed to turn items on the bike made this "not for me".

In fact, after returning this, I replaced both the TW2 and the TW1 with using click torque wrenches, ALL the tightening I did was off with the TW01 and the TW02.

To use this properly, you need to "balance" the handle in a neutral position to get the right torque - I just wasn't able to do this properly - I knew this as I was using it and it was confirmed by calibrated torque wrenches that I used after returning this one.

I agree that the calibration on this is more assured than the clique types, but if they are difficult to use then calibration is a moot point.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Little Torque Wrench 5 décembre 2013
Par G. Myrick - Publié sur
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Parks has a very nice beam torque wrench in the TW-2. The fit and finish is well done. I needed something smaller than my 0-150 ftlb torque wrench I use on my car, to use on my bicycle. This fit the bill nicely. FYI: Beam torque wrenches are more accurate than clicker type, (unless you calibrate them often). The beam torque wrench can be calibrated at home, by you. If the pointer doesn't point to zero anymore, just bend it till it does! I have been using torque wrenches on navy nuclear submarines for more than thirty-five years. Yes, we use both types, but we also have a calibration lab for recalibration.
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