The Park Tool TW-5 Ratcheting Torque Wrench is designed for lower torque settings for repairs and installations. This click type torque wrench accurately measures and applies the desired amount of pressure using the dial-adjust system, which goes up in 0.4Nm increments. Calibrated to be accurate to +/-4%, it reads and registers for both left and right handed threading. - L.M.
Please Note: Do not exceed 15Nm when using the TW-5.
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Bought this to work on a carbon frame. Was easy to use and gave me confidence to tighten those bolts without squirming! Good quality and worth the price.
Bought this as I was getting nervous tightening bolts on carbon - everyone says they know how much pressure to add, but do you really! Simple to use and, for Parks, a good price. Very happy with this one!
Expensive but that is Park Tools, correctly tightening bolts on your carbon bike is now very easy (don't forget carbon paste) and when used with SBS-1 socket set, its all you ever need. Only gripe is the labels will easily come off if contaminated with oil.
Finally, I was able to have my very own torque wrench. I upgraded all my bikes to more expensive carbon bars (3T) and was a bit apprehensive when I tightened the stem bolts. I always knew that I either under or over tightened. Having this tool I can now say that I wished I purchased this sooner.
This tool came with the more common hex tool sizes and it has a very simple dial. My only gripe really is the cost, but if you look, there is really not a torque wrench under 100 bucks, besides, having this tool is great with not wrecking your expensive carbon parts. Most manufacturers also engrave/etch the maximum torque you can apply on the bolts - don't void your warranty, buy a torque wrench!
Essential for those with carbon parts!