You can use the Wheeler FAT torque wrench to tighten every screw with a predetermined torque. Using the torque wrench significantly reduces the odds of issues that stem from under- or overtightening a screw. This torque wrench has a display on the side that you can use to gauge the set torque. You can adjust the torque by using the knob on the bottom of the torque wrench. That torque can be adjusted from 10 to 65 inch/pounds (1.13 Nm to 7.34 Nm).
The FAT torque wrench by Wheeler comes supplied with ten bits that allow you to use the wrench for different screws. Those bits are all made of impact-resistant S2 tool steel, which is hardened to 56-58 Rockwell C hardness. The bit set contains:
• Leupold/Buehler bit
• Flat blade bit: #10, #11, #32
• Allen bit: 3/32, 7/64, 5/32 inch
• Torx bit: T15, T20
• Adapter bit
The bits can easily be inserted into the torque wrench and the magnetised tip in the shaft keeps them securely in place. Both the shaft and the bits are finished with a black phosphate coating that prevents rust, which thoroughly extends the torque wrench’s tool life. The rubberized grip allows you to hold the Wheeler FAT torque wrench firmly yet comfortably.