Torque Wrenches: King Tony or Teng

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Torque Wrenches: King Tony or Teng

Postby Sick Puppy » Tue Dec 12, 2017 3:08 am

Hi everyone, I'm in Oz but will be in NZ soon. I am quite drunk right now lol

I want to buy a torque wrench. Probably a 3/8. I'm drunk, so don't really know for sure!

Seriously, I know I will need more than one of these, question is, are the Teng or king tony ones any good, which brand should I go for please, and how much am I looking at? Will be grabbing in next week.

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Torque Wrenches: King Tony or Teng

Postby GDII » Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:22 am

I have a Teng Tools 3/8th. It works really well for most stuff except really small and really big. 19-110Nm
King Tony tools are good but I've not used one of their torque wrenches.
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Re: Torque Wrenches: King Tony or Teng

Postby Dell'Orto » Tue Dec 19, 2017 8:24 pm

As long as they can be calibrated, and are repairable, either will be fine. Teng seems pretty nicely made, not use King Tony stuff myself though.
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