This is the simplest way to test a torque wrench with no special tools just: a. Torque wrench (Tekton 2432 1/4") b. Bolt to anchor it (used a bolt on the bike frame) c. 2 empty gallon jugs (or some other known weight) d. hook to attach weight (here I used a coat hanger and an S hook.) If you want to test if ur inch pound wrench works use the following simple formula Torque = Length * Weight inch-#s inches pounds (If you're testing a FOOT-pound wrench, just measure the length in FEET) In this test this wrench with 2 gal water jugs: torque 166= 9.5" * 17.5# Torque / Weight = Length inch-#s pounds inches Rule of thumb 1 US Gallon of water = ~ 8.35 lb. T
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