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Item # PAR002A

You can't go wrong.

If you've built your svelte road frame up with an equally sleek arrangement of matte carbon componentry, you might as well spring for Park Tool's Preset Torque Driver to avoid turning routine maintenance and quick adjustments into larger issues. Rather than holding your breath every time you adjust the bolts in your carbon cockpit, you'll be able to work quickly and efficiently with this tool with the reassurance that you aren't one turn away from causing irreparable damage. Park Tool manufactures this torque driver with a full metal interior for durability, and presets it to 4Nm at its factory in Minnesota.

Tech Specs

Material:
[internal] 100% metal
Other Tools:
3mm, 4mm, 5mm, T25 bits, 1/4in hex drive
Recommended Use:
maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

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    I agree. These are awesome torque wrenches. And much better than the cheaper Ritchie ones.

    Solid and heavy in the hand. Really impressive. And very easy to use with a large handle and a clear, definate, and solid 'click' when you reach your torque limit.

    Great for properly tightening your stem bolts and your seatpost bolt. And *esential* if you have a carbon handlebar or a carbon seatpost.

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    In my time as a shop mechanic I came to appreciate the preset torque wrench. It is ready to go when you pick it up off the bench and is more economical than adjustable torque wrenches. Check your bike for the torque spec you need and remember that the posted spec is a maximum.

    Best torque wrenches I've used

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have two other traditional Park variable torque wrenches (high and low torque ranges), but I really like these fixed-torque drivers and use them most of the time. I have all three (4, 5, and 6). They are clearly labeled, make a obvious and clear "clack" when you tighten up to the torque value, are comfortable to hold, and it's really nice that it comes with the driver bits stored right in the handle so you don't have to hunt for them. I feel confident using them on carbon fiber components; there isn't much you can screw up. I think it's one of Park's best tools. I only wish they made them in higher torque values, but they would have to change the design so it used a longer handle. The only time I use my older TW-5 and TW-6 variable torque wrenches is if I have a higher torque setting. The older variable wrenches are a lot harder to set to the correct torque value because the scale is hard to read and not very precise. These are far superior.