Wheeler FAT wrench digital or analog????

bluedog69

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About to purchase a torque driver. Just wondered what your preferences are?
Pros and cons? I will mainly use this just for scopes. I have a 1/4" drive inch wrench for
heavier stuff.

Digital or analog? 15 in lbs or 17 inch lbs on scope caps. Which one will be most accurate
easiest to use? Swaro says 17.7 in lbs max in their instructions. Just wanting to protect from over
tightening.

Thanks.
 

Huntfly

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About to purchase a torque driver. Just wondered what your preferences are?
Pros and cons? I will mainly use this just for scopes. I have a 1/4" drive inch wrench for
heavier stuff.

Digital or analog? 15 in lbs or 17 inch lbs on scope caps. Which one will be most accurate
easiest to use? Swaro says 17.7 in lbs max in their instructions. Just wanting to protect from over
tightening.

Thanks.
I just got an analog version, came in the mail yesterday! From all I have read the analog is the preferred version. Have not used this one yet but waiting for light to come on versus the klick did not appeal to me.
 

Orange Dust

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I just got an analog version, came in the mail yesterday! From all I have read the analog is the preferred version. Have not used this one yet but waiting for light to come on versus the klick did not appeal to me.
Remember to let the pressure off it before you store it after use and it will last forever.
 

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Analog. Quality scopes can take plenty more. I do all scopes to 25 lbs. I've had issues under 20 lbs. Take it for what it is.
 
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