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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-29-2012, 02:51 AM Thread Starter
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snap on part #SRD35

so is there any thing i need to know about this adapter like do i need to set the wrench higher to reach my ft/lbs. or can i just set it normal and be good?

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Look into correct torquing procedures on the Internet. What you will find is that if you put it at 90degree angles from your torque wrench than no changes to the torque value, if used in line then it will add or subtract from torque. With using a torque wrench distance and angles are VERY important. 1 foot from the bolt pulling at 90 degrees = foot pound. If you put the adapter in line and it takes you a greater distance than the 1 foot then you have to start adding this value. Eg if the handle on your wrench is 1foot long and your adapter is also 1 foot long then if you put them in line you double your torque if you put gthe wrench at 90 degrees the the distance from the handle does not change to the bolt and your torque value remains the same if you put the handle of the wrench in line but backwards so the handle is now over your bolt you can pull to the cows come home but you will not actually tighten any thing . Sorry for the long exanation. Hope it helps.

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Look into correct torquing procedures on the Internet. What you will find is that if you put it at 90degree angles from your torque wrench than no changes to the torque value, if used in line then it will add or subtract from torque. With using a torque wrench distance and angles are VERY important. 1 foot from the bolt pulling at 90 degrees = foot pound. If you put the adapter in line and it takes you a greater distance than the 1 foot then you have to start adding this value. Eg if the handle on your wrench is 1foot long and your adapter is also 1 foot long then if you put them in line you double your torque if you put gthe wrench at 90 degrees the the distance from the handle does not change to the bolt and your torque value remains the same if you put the handle of the wrench in line but backwards so the handle is now over your bolt you can pull to the cows come home but you will not actually tighten any thing . Sorry for the long exanation. Hope it helps.
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