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Default 04-12-2019, 09:13 AM

I would maintain two different torque wrenches.
The 7.4 ft lb for the valve cover bolts means you would need something that specializes in lower measurement to be accurate... assuming mechanical torque wrenches anyways. I'm not yet familiar with the digital and accuracy range.

I use a 5 to 50~ and a 30 to 250. I would believe both loose accuracy at their extremes, particularly lower extreme.


Curious on the name if I may...
Do you also have a Subaru? What model? Is it modded in any way?




2008 335i Convertible, E93, N54, A/T (200,000+ km)
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