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No it converts to .53 ft pounds Not 5.3
By Bill on 09 May 2017
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Yes, but you need to buy the attachment 3/8-inch sq to Allen key socket something like this
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SIGNET-TOOLS-DRIVE-ALLEN-SOCKET/dp/B005O2PP5Y/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1385718153&sr=8-3&keywords=3.8%27%27+allen+key

By Oscar Cassetti on 29 November 2013
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Mine was 'pants'. It severely overtightened some of my components without any warning been given and damaged them beyond repair. I got a replacement from the supplier but tested it first. The second wrench had the same fault as the - so I gave up with Sealey and bought a Britool AVT100. My advice is pay the price a… see more Mine was 'pants'. It severely overtightened some of my components without any warning been given and damaged them beyond repair. I got a replacement from the supplier but tested it first. The second wrench had the same fault as the - so I gave up with Sealey and bought a Britool AVT100. My advice is pay the price and buy a Britool - especially if your are working with 'unforgiving' alloys. see less Mine was 'pants'. It severely overtightened some of my components without any warning been given and damaged them beyond repair. I got a replacement from the supplier but tested it first. The second wrench had the same fault as the - so I gave up with Sealey and bought a Britool AVT100. My advice is pay the price and buy a Britool - especially if your are working with 'unforgiving' alloys.
By JustANovice on 08 February 2016
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Rubbish broke in use, injured my hand no reply from original manufacturers when I complained. I have now bought the Topeak electronic torque wrench very good
By Dr James Salvin-Keech on 11 February 2015
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