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Works with precision accuracy for your important measurements

Only $69.99

Sale $37.78

Torque Wrench for the serious gearhead or professional mechanic

Only $59.99

Sale $33.78

The Eastwood Micrometer Torque Wrench is ideal for engine builders and automotive professionals
Only $119.99
The Eastwood Micrometer Torque Wrench is ideal for engine builders and automotive professionals
Only $89.99
Hear and "feel" when you've reached your desired torque
Only $55.99
Hear and "feel" when you've reached your desired torque
Only $52.99
3/8 Inch drive unit measures torque 7-100 ft.-lbs. and 10-135Nm
Only $89.99
Add digital torque & angle precision to your standard ratchet
Only $59.99
Upgrade your standard ratchet by adding digital torque precision
Only $49.99
1/2"-drive wrench measures 15-148 ft.-lbs. and rotation angle
Only $109.99
3/8-inch drive unit measures 7-100 ft.-lbs. torque & rotation angle
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Torque Wrenches

If you are doing any internal engine or suspension work, you need a torque wrench. Without a torque wrench, critical fasteners will be under or over tightened, which can lead to disaster. Whether you are looking for a click-style, beam-style, or digital torque wrench, Eastwood has what you need.


Eastwood Torque Wrench Tools


Any mechanic who works on engines or suspensions is fighting an uphill battle if they don't have a torque wrench at their disposal. Many fasteners in these areas need to be tightened a specific amount in order to work properly - any more or less can lead to an unexpected failure. With torque wrench tools and support from Eastwood, you'll never have to worry about under-tightening or over-tightening. We carry a variety of styles, drive sizes and force level measurements so you'll get the right wrench to torque your bolts and lug nuts.


Types of Torque Wrenches


Each wrench style works a little differently, and your preferences or budget can influence which one you choose. We're here to help you find the right one for your needs.

  • Beam Torque Wrench: The most basic style, these wrenches have a lever arm that bends slightly under pressure and a moving gauge for readings.
  • Click Torque Wrench: This popular wrench will start to slip or "click" when you reach the preset torque level to prevent you from overtightening.
  • Micrometer Torque Wrench: A precision reversible ratchet click wrench that uses a quick-release trigger for settings and adjustments.
  • Digital Electronic Torque Wrench: Programmable wrenches that have an LED display for the torque level and a memory stick to save readings for future use. They use a buzzer to indicate the right torque has been reached.
  • Electronic Wrench Adapters: Units that add digital capabilities to a standard torque wrench.


Leading Tech Service & Support


Eastwood prides itself on not just offering the right tools, but the right support as well. Our staff will help you select the best wrench and learn how to properly use it so you always reach the right fastener support. The torque wrenches we sell have the features and rugged construction for use by professional engine builders or chassis workers. With our 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee, you can feel confident having them in your toolbox.