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  • SKU: 20059003


    • 0.001 Dial indicator.
    • Check rod bolts the proper way, because sometimes torque readings may vary.
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Proform Rod Bolt Gauge

Connecting Rod Bolt Stretch Gauge Tool; Universal Model For Rod Bolts Up To 2.75 Inches Long: Comes with Dial Indicator That Reads in 0.001 Increments; Made from High-Quality Steel and Features a Blue Finish
  • 0.001 Dial indicator.
  • Check rod bolts the proper way, because sometimes torque readings may vary.
  • Using the stretch factors supplied by rod bolt manufacturers, this stretch gauge offers a highly accurate way to measure torque pre-load.
  • With a special, high-tension spring, this gauge remains conveniently positioned on the bolt during tightening, with adjustability for bolts up to 2.75" long.
  • Simply position the stretch gauge over the length of the rod bolt before applying torque, take a reading, and record it.
  • Then torque down to the proper torque setting, and take another reading with the stretch gauge.
  • Calculate the difference and check the manufacturer's specification.