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Ratcheting 3/8" Micrometer Torque Wrench, 40 to 200 in.-lb.
- Item # 4LY17
- Mfr. Model # J6064C
- NSN # 5120-01-339-0368
- UNSPSC # 27111715
- Catalog Page # 1098
- Shipping Weight 2.59 lbs.
- Item Micrometer Torque Wrench
- Drive Size 3/8"
- Head Type Ratcheting
- Calibration Certificate No
- Primary Scale Range 40 to 200 in.-lb.
- Primary Scale Increments 1 in.-lb.
- Tether Capable Standard Tool(Accessory Needed for Tethering)
- Secondary Scale Range 5.7 to 23.7nm
- Secondary Scale Increments 0.11nm
- Overall Length 11-7/8"
- Rotation CW/CCW
- Accuracy +/-3% CW, +/-6% CCW
- Visual/Audible Indicators Audible Click
- Ratcheting Angle 15 Degrees
- Setting Automatic Reset
- Min. Number of Cycles 50,000
- Material Hardened Chrome Steel
- Handle Knurled With Screw-on End Cap
- Meets/Exceeds ASME B107.14M
- Includes Molded Plastic Case
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