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BikeMaster Digital Torque Wrench
BikeMaster Digital Torque Wrench

$ 107.96 - $ 116.96
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6 Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars
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az
For the price i would have expected more

i am a bike mechanic. i bought this as a cheaper alternative to the tool truck torque wrenches that i have at work for use at home on my own bikes. i have to learn time and time again that you really get what you pay for. if you cheap out on anything make sure its not your torque wrench. this thing is very slow and slightly inaccurate after a couple months use on my own bikes which means its been used about 7-10 times. its just not the usual descent quality that i see from bikemaster. it takes about 5 seconds after you set the torque for the wrench to set itself for that torque. you find yourself sitting and waiting every time you have to set another torque. its very annoying. after setting torque with this wrench and re-checking with my matco torque wrench it seems this ones accuracy range is a little too loose for my liking.
would i buy again... no.

Verified Purchaser
Buford GA
Broke after a single use

I bought this a month ago. At first glance it seemed cheaply made compared to another digital torque wrench I had. I used it one time and then within one hour it broke on the second use - only half the characters would show on the screen and it would not beep. Another review seems to indicate the exact issue.

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Verified Purchaser
Indiana
Torq Wrench

You need a 1/2" to a 3/8" adaptor. I have a hard to get to nut on a YZ 125 dirt bike head cylinder. I have to use a boxed end special torq wrench and need to be exactly 90 degrees to wrench. This torque wrench does not click into 90 degree, more like 5 degrees off.... so your torque will be more but who knows what that is.....

Verified Purchaser
San Antonio, TX, USA
Ease of Use

Item worked well. Easy to read digital screen.

Huntington WV usa
Torque wrench

Awesome easy to use and very accurate I compare with the high dollar ones and it was right on

5 Questions
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Wrencher
Q: What is the warranty on these?
1 year 7 months ago
BillyEXT3407
Top 25
1 year 7 months ago
A: BikeMaster does not offer any warranties on this item.
Haboodadi
Q: When will the 1/4 wrench be back in stock?
2 years 11 months ago
I noticed that the 1/4 digital torque wrench is out of stock. Any ideas when it might be back?
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago
A: Please contact one of our sales professionals to inquire about availability.
Dirt Bike: 1-888-676-8853
Haboodadi
Q: Which one to choose?
Over 3 years ago
I have never used a torque wrench before, so I need to know if it can be used for safely tighten the spark plugs, specifically for a 2007 Suzuki LT-Z 400. Spark Plug: 11 N-m (1.1 kgf-m, 8.0 lb-ft) Also, here are the torque specs for the engine oil drain plugs: Engine Oil Drain Plug 1: 21 N-m (2.1 kgf-m, 15.0 lb-ft) Engine Oil Drain Plug 2: 12 N-m (1.2 kgf-m, 8.5 lb-ft) If it's possible to do all of the torque specs above, which digital torque wrench should i choose?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes this BikeMaster Digital Torque Wrench would work. 1/4, 1/2, 3/8" would be the drive size of your socket. I personally have never used a torque wrench when tightening the listed bolts and have never had any issues.
catdog
Q: What is the range of the torque wrench?
Over 4 years ago
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: The 1/4" drive is 2.2 - 22.1 ft. lb. range.
The 3/8" drive is 19.9 - 99.6 ft. lb. range.
The 1/2" drive is 29.5 - 147.5 ft. lb. range.
Manley
Q: Nm Range
Over 5 years ago
What is the range on this wrench? Is it 0-infinity or does it have a limit or an actual range? Thanks, Chris
Husky510
Over 5 years ago
A: The 1/4" drive is 3 - 29.98 Nm. range. The 3/8" drive is 26.98 - 135 Nm. range. The 1/2" drive is 40 - 199.98 Nm. range.

All I did was take the numbers that the MoToSport folks posted and converted to Newton Meters - Hope this helps - thanks, Mike
Jason
Over 5 years ago
A: It depends on the driver size:
1/4" drive - 2.2 to 22.1 ft lb
3/8" drive - 19.9 to 99.6ft lb
1/2" drive - 29.5 to147.5 ft lb
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
1/4 RJ28041
3/8 RJ31083
1/2 RJ48021