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TaylorMade Universal Torque Tools - White/BlackTaylorMade Universal Torque Tools

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Features & Specs

Closeout Men's TaylorMade Universal Torque

Single item Package, White/Black Color

Material : N/A

SKU : 1026154-AAA-2-7-B

Description

The TaylorMade 2013 Universal Torque Wrench provides the necessary torque to secure all products using loft sleeve, sole plate, and shot shaping weight adjustment technology. It is also compatable with all products that use Flight Control Technology, Adjustable Sole Plate Technology, Moveable Weight Technology and xFT products. With an ergonomic design and easy turn-and-click tightening system, this wrench allows you to fully optimize your TaylorMade products.

Features

  • Secures all Loft Sleeve Adjustments(FCT Sleeve)
  • Secures all Sole Plate Adjustments(ASP Sole Plate)
  • Secures all Shot Shaping Weight Adjustments (MWT weights)
  • Secures all xFT clubface inserts

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Review by Nc, 3 days ago.

“$24.99 is way too high of a pricey ”

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Review by KD, 1 year ago.

“Much needed. Solid. ”

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is this tool supposed to click when max torque is reached? the one I purchased does not.

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While most of the tools are supposed to click when torque is reached, I have used them for many years now and have never gotten to the point that it clicks. Just tighten to snug and it will be fine.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful