Celebrate the iconic film franchise with equally legendary tools from Snap-on. Here are a few tools techs are using to bring the power of precise torque to their shops.
ATECH2FM100 Electronic 3/8" Drive Micro Torque Wrench (5–100 ft-lb) – The ATECH line of torque wrenches make reaching precise torque quick and easy with multi-measurement modes and presets along with patent pending Snap-on® Multi Axis Gyro Compensation to make up for changes in reaction distance due to flex angle or interplanetary travel. The ATECH line is recognized for the see-, hear- and feel-cues it offers techs when they’ve hit target torque. Its new heavy-duty yoke and metal construction work together with the secure-grip knurled handle to cover 5–100 ft-lb and a wide range of jobs. Even in the hands of a young apprentice tech, this micro torque wrench is designed to tackle work in tight engine compartments with an 80-tooth ratchet that reduces swing arc to 4.5 degrees. If you’re worried about that coarse, rough, irritating sand that gets everywhere – the ATECH2FM100 has you covered; its sealed to reduce dirt getting into the ratcheting head.
CTSS761 14.4 Volt Cordless In-Line Screwdriver Kit – After a shortcut through an asteroid field, repairing the a freighter would be quick work with this high torque and RPM in-line screwdriver. We won’t tell you the odds but, with 65 in-lb of torque output and 1,350 free speed RPM, this screwdriver can get the job done with most standard screwdriver and power bits. A built-in LED light brightens the work area like twin suns on the horizon of a faraway planet, and the 9-position clutch can dial in proper torque quicker than a land speeder zooms across the desert.
FRESL14 3/8" Drive SAE 7/16" and FRESL16 3/8" Drive 1/2" Low-Profile Spline Torque Adapters – Even a four-armed general can't grievously damage the specially designed radius edge of these new spline torque adapters, and their precision forged, heat treated special alloy steel outshines your favorite golden humanoid robot. The unique spline wrenching system can be used on spline as well as ordinary 6 and 12-point fasteners with 2 inch center-to-center length on each adaptor for greater reach and easy torque calculations.Trying to quickly fix your pod before the race starts? Its tight engine compartments and precise torque requirements are no match for this low-profile torque adapter.
Find out more about how the torque can be with you and other Snap-on tools and products by contacting your Snap-on franchisee or other representative, visiting www.snapon.com or calling toll-free 877-SNAPON-4 (877-762-7664).
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