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Old 10-19-2009, 03:28 PM   #1
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Torque Wrench by Husky

I have a new Torque wrench that I do not need anymore.It can be used up to 150 lbs max.I just got another one a few weeks ago that is stronger so I thought I would let whoever needs one have it.
A lot you have these so please.....Dont get this just because.I would like to give it to someone who could use this.All you would have to pay for is shipping.
This Torque wrench is still new and is made by Husky.You can get these in home depot.
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Old 10-19-2009, 05:58 PM   #2
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If it hasn't already been spoken for, I'd really like to have it. What arrangements do I need to make? Bill
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Old 10-19-2009, 06:35 PM   #3
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Sorry

Someone has already claimed it.
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For you Canadians, let me tell you a story:
At DeHavilland Aircraft, all of our measuring equipment is required to be calibrated every three months; including torque wrenches.(I was a Flt. Service Engineer)
I submitted mine;, and went on vacation.
When I returned, I 'phoned 'Metrology' to inquire about my wrench. I was told that 'they' would bring it down to me.
The Met. Manager came down with it and asked me where I had purchased it.
I told him: "At Canadian Tire, cost me $30 on sale." He said: "N.F.W.!"
THIS wrench was the ONLY one out of 24, (mostly Snap-On) that met the EXACT spec all the way up the line; 25-250 ft. lb.
I believe that the wrench was made by Husky, in Bolton, Ontario, and I still have it.
BTW. Cdn. Tire sells them for over $100 now, (I bought mine years ago).

Just sayin'.
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