Re: Torque Wrench needed
I would be cynical perhaps to think that on really cheap versions the torque setting spring might be made of chocolate? Works a few times then looses calibration. I still have tools I bought to build my first kit car (Dax Cobra in 1984) so buying something for a few extra pounds now should make it last a lifetime if cared for. And it is less likely to break on you in use so saving your knuckles from punching something you didn't want to! As has oft been quoted to me on this forum before, you pays your money and takes your choice!
GTD40, Porsche 996 C4S, new MX5 race car project