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Bike Torque Wrenches


bike torque wrenches
    torque wrenches
  • A torque wrench is a tool used to precisely apply a specific torque to a fastener such as a nut or bolt. It is usually in the form of a socket wrench with special internal mechanisms. It was invented by Conrad Bahr in 1918 while working for the New York City Water Department.
  • (TORQUE WRENCH) A wrench containing an adjustable mechanism for measuring and controlling the amount of torque or turning force to be exerted – often used to tighten nuts on high strength bolts.
  • (torque wrench) a wrench that has a gauge that indicates the amount of torque being applied
  • A tool for setting and adjusting the tightness of nuts and bolts to a desired value
    bike
  • bicycle: ride a bicycle
  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
  • A bicycle or motorcycle
  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

Not so duff bike (BMW K1100RS)
Not so duff bike (BMW K1100RS)
This is the bike I have at the moment. It's lovely, but it smokes like Willie Nelson and burns exactly the upper limit of oil specified as "OK" by BMW. I'm beginning to think that the K1100 series' appetite for engine oil is something "We don't talk about", as non smokers in this model line are the exception rather than the rule. If i did less mileage (About 400mi a week at present) I wouldn't be so bothered, but I do, and I am. Pah, other than that, this is the nicest bike I've ever owned. It's not that powerful, but has a real kick as it's tuned for torque. At the time it was built BMW had a (silly) self imposed 100BHP limit, so all those cubes go on arm-wrenching poke, right from 2k up. It's been up to it's 135MPH top speed too, which gives even more credence to the "They all so that, sir" line about the oil consumption. It's a looker too, as I'm sure you agree. It has a full service history, and the engine sounds like a watch. Recommended.
Y-tool
Y-tool
I've had this Park Y-wrench for about 15 years. Pretty heavy use. The tips on the 4mm and 5mm have been ground slightly shorter. The aluminum is chewed up due to some hammering to break free a stem or two. Still works. Semi-replaced now by a torque wrench when dealing with lightweight aluminum and carbon things. A torque wrench is now a necessity if you have a carbon bike or carbon parts. A good idea even if you don't.

bike torque wrenches
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