Wheeler torque wrench

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  1. 82ndreddevil

    82ndreddevil Well-Known Member

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    I Just purchased a Wheeler torque wrench so that I can keep my receiver bolts torqued properly on my Remington 700. I have looked in the owners manuel and I cant find anything that shows what the torque is. Does anyone have any guidence?
     
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    82ndreddevil Well-Known Member

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    Thanks!:)
     
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    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    Indeed poorly written and appears that way but when I called their CS when I was working on my son's 700 they refer me that. There's a couple of manuals meant for multiple models that singles out the 710 the same way (probably written by the same person :rolleyes:).

    82ndreddevil - my Wheeler Engineering FAT torque wrench screwdriver came
    with torque chart recommendations in the instruction manual.