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Ratcheting 1/2" Micrometer Torque Wrench, 50 to 250 ft.-lb.
- Item # 4LY37
- Mfr. Model # J6014C
- UNSPSC # 27111715
- Catalog Page # 1098
- Shipping Weight 5.95 lbs.
- ItemMicrometer Torque Wrench
- Drive Size1/2"
- Head TypeRatcheting
- Calibration CertificateNo
- Primary Scale Range50 to 250 ft.-lb.
- Primary Scale Increments1 ft.-lb.
- Tether CapableStandard Tool(Accessory Needed for Tethering)
- Secondary Scale Range75 to 345nm
- Secondary Scale Increments1.36nm
- Overall Length27-1/8"
- Accuracy+/-3% CW, +/-6% CCW
- Visual/Audible IndicatorsAudible Click
- Ratcheting Angle15 Degrees
- SettingAutomatic Reset
- Min. Number of Cycles50,000
- HandleKnurled With Screw-on End Cap
- Meets/ExceedsExceeds ANSI
- IncludesMolded Plastic Case
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