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The old craftsman clicker broke. Time to replace it. What brand and size are y'all using? I'd like to keep the price about $120 or less. Just looking for suggestions.
 

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The old craftsman clicker broke. Time to replace it. What brand and size are y'all using? I'd like to keep the price about $120 or less. Just looking for suggestions.
I have an 18" 1/2" drive Snap-on. I think it was a little over 120. I also have a cheepie 3/8 drive I got from Harbor Fraight. It lies if I need to use an extention so its sits a lot.

Very happy with the Snap-on. Had it for 20 years. Works like new.There are some good deals on ebay. Mine goes from 20ftlbs to 200ftlbs. Most today go from 50-220
 

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i have 4, all MAC tools, i can go from 20 inch lbs to 650 ft lbs, when i was in the aircraft industry, they had to be calabrated yearly, since retireing i only send the 1/4 an 3/8 drives in an that depends on how much i use them, the 1/2 an 3/4 drive are hardly ever used, working with atvs
 

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I have a 20 + year old Harbor Freight (Pittsburgh I believe). Works ok for the money, but I'd like to have a nicer one that's more reliable and accurate.
 

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I have a snap on 3/8 wrench and a 1/2 inch wrench. Both are awesome working and easy to use. I also have a harbor freight 3/8 inch pound torque wrench for the small stuff on quads I use to own. Didn't use the inch pound one as much do that's why I decided that a cheap one would do the job just fine.
 
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