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Materiale: Acciaio
ID (diametro interno): 15mm
OD (diametro esterno): 26mm
Interno larghezza dell'anello: 12mm
Inner Ring Materiale: Acciaio al cromo 52100
Inner Ring Durezza: HRC58-64
Inner Ring Superficie: Fosfatazione
Anello esterno Materiale: Acciaio al cromo 52100
Anello esterno Durezza: HRC54-60
Anello esterno Superficie: Fosfatazione
Contatto: Acciaio - Acciaio
Di carico dinamico: 17KN
Statico Capacità di carico: 85KN
Peso: 0.026kg

Contenuto della confezione: 10pcs x sferici Bearing

Good Quality MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu New York Mall

either pick up the phone and give us a call direct or get online and send us an e-message. however you contact us, we'll aim to sort out any problem you have as quickly and effectively as possible. Good Quality MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu New York Mall Facile da decifrare, Questo noci pelapatate è facile da crepe nuts.Fully regolabili per rompere noci pecan, mandorle, noci, nocciole e frutta a guscio soft shell. L'apertura dado è fatto di acciaio qualityStainless solido ed alto per Premium durevolezza, molto forte. Leggero, facile da trasportare e comodo da usare. Basta inserire la chiave apri nel dado e aprire il dado, facile da usare. Dimensioni: 4,3 * 2,8 centimetriMateriali: Acciaio inossidabileIl pacchetto include:1pcs MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu 5pcs Mini Nut Cracker in Acciaio Inox di Macadamia Noce Gorgeous Casa e cucina => Utensili da cucina => Schiaccianoci

Good Quality MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu New York Mall

Good Quality MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu New York Mall Include punte a brugola da 3/4/5/6 mm e Torx T25 Gamma di coppia 3-12nm L'inserto magnetico tiene saldamente le punte degli attrezzi Numero di modello: 60200107 La chiave dinamometrica semplice e facile da usare consente un corretto serraggio dei bulloni sul telaio e sui componenti ai valori di coppia raccomandati per sicurezza e prestazioni. Impugnatura ergonomica per applicare facilmente la forza su dadi e bulloni ai valori di coppia richiesti. Include punte Torx da 3/4/5/6 mm e T25. gamma di coppia 3-12NM (2,21-8,85 lbft). Topeak ComboTorq - Set di chiavi e punte Sport e tempo libero => Sport => Ciclismo => Equipaggiamento e attrezzi => Attrezzi Outlet Sale With Discounts we started from humble beginnings back in 2009 with a small shop in newyork and we’ve quickly grown to become the usa largest online store specialist. Ho appena acquistato una bici in carbonio, quindi per la prima volta serrare le viti alla coppia indicata è diventato per me molto importante. Ovviamente per un uso così saltuario, non valeva la pena di acquistare una ben più costosa chiave dinamometrica “normale” e magari anche gli inserti separatamente, ma nemmeno era più possibile fare senza. Fortunatamente ho scovato questa, che trovo veramente geniale per concetto, semplicità di utilizzo e prezzo.N.B. : il più noto marchio di bici vendute esclusivamente online ne fornisce una molto simile nel kit per assemblare le loro bici, anche per modelli in carbonio da svariate migliaia di Euro.Le cose che durano di più sono quelle semplici! La molla e la taratura dell'attrezzo è affidabile e non soggetta a usura. Quelli a scatto possono deteriorarsi, tranne se si voglia spendere una cifra mooolto più alta! Io lo consiglio.Ho acquistato questa chiave per fare lavori sulla bici. Non avevo intenzione di comprare una chiave dinamometrica "seria" per usarla 3-4 volte all'anno. E' semplice, rifinita bene e con gli inserti ("bits") che servono.Fa ciò che prometteUn attrezzo semplice da avere e poco costoso.Ottimo,come da descrizioneLots of reviews speak about accuracy of this item...so...interested in finding out once and for all I have tested this on a motorcycle bolt and using my other 7 - 110 NM wrench. With the usual caveats in place around 'is my big wrench accurate etc etc' (I use it for my motorcycle so I am going to hope it is accurate-ish).I used the topeak wrench on a 6mm hex bolt. I did it up to 7NM and then used the other wrench to see if it 'clicked' at 7Nm. I repeated for 9 and 12NM; checking against the other wrench.The results. For each of these values the 'other' wrench would still tighten a little more on each test. Between 1 and 2 Nm. And so the topeak was perhaps not doing up quite to the indicated torque. This suggests the topeak is not accurate. However I would just say the dial/pointer has room for interpretation....What does 1-2Nm actually mean? Well, with one of the hex corners at "12 o'clock", 1-2 Nm moves the same corner to 1 o'clock, possibly almost 2 o'clock. So we are in reality talking between ¹/12 and ¹/6 of a turn. In reality a tiny amount.I know this amount could be 'the difference' but I feel for the cost etc this topeak tool is acceptably accurate and I will use it happily.We aren't doing up nuts on space rockets...just nuts and bolts on bikes. The degree of accuracy I feel is open to interpretation and dependable on your pov and required outcomes.But this is merely my opinion and experience. I hope others find this useful.Beyond this it is a perfectly good piece of kit...I actually feel it feels quite solid. It is MADE to twist remember... Other than that it is a plastic £15 piece of kit. For the price I am happy that it does exactly what I want it to, what I need it to and what I expect it to.I have an existing torque wrench, but it is a much heavier duty one for work on cars / motorbikes, etc.This device is perfect for my bicycle - it's the first time I've had a bike with torque settings on some of the bolts, and I wanted to make sure that I was getting the tensioning of those bolts as accurate as possible at the lower end of the torque range.As you might imagine, it's difficult to know how accurately the device is calibrated, but it seems to do the job very well - the simple design is a positive feature - no need to adjust settings prior to use - you just twist until the pointer points to the appropriate reading on the calibrated scale.I really like it, and use it regularly.As an aside (and apologies if this is obvious), the socket is the universal hex size, so any existing screwdriver/allen key heads that you have will also work with it, as well as the selection that come in the handle.Brilliant, good quality and excellent value tool, as usual from Topeak. Photo looks like it could be a bit flimsy but in the hand it has a very solid feel. The best thing about it - IT WILL NEVER NEED CALIBRATING! Almost any other (usually more expensive, and more complex torque wrench) will need expensive calibration if you check the reviews - unless you don't mind gambling, or go for a really high-end, super expensive one (with an *independent* certification). This Topeak design is impossible to go out of calibration as long as the pointer starts on 0 and the scale is not damaged to become loose - there is almost nothing that can change the bendiness of a non-corrosive rod of metal like this. A well-calibrated more expensive one would be more accurate of course but for occasional, amateur use this is brilliant!Don't try and use this to achieve spot-on torque settings, it's meant to give fairly accurate results so you avoid over tightening essential bolts on certain components (stem, seat post etc). If you take 10% off torque settings you generally will be OK using this and your carbon frame will be protected. I was very surprised at the solid nature of this tool despite my reservations about the plastic used for the handle. However it does feel pretty substantial and I would feel confident about using it when I eventually need it. Overall, it may look like an odd product but it's actually pretty good and solidly made, and will give decent enough torque readings for home use. Just don't ever use it to undo bolts, it's not intended for that as it will most likely get damaged...save it for when you tighten up key components.This was perfect for my purpose of adjusting bolts on a fancy bike seatpost to the right torque. Much better value than the other options I found (cheap and comes with the allen key sizes I needed). It's just small enough to fit between my seatpost and pannier rack to get at saddle bolts.From what I read this "deflecting beam" design is likely to stay calibrated much longer than the other "clicker/slipper" styles that are more common. Clicker wrenches seem to have a bigger torque ranges, but what I actually need is close to one end of their range -- I suspect that has a lot to do with why I've read in reviews here of people accidentally over-tightening using "clickers" at the low torques you may need on a bike. Seems impossible to do with this as long as you look at the scale. MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu

Good Quality MOUNTAIN MEN Accessori Hardware, 10pcs GE15ES sferici Cu New York Mall

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