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I don't trust my torque wrench

Discussion in 'DIY (Do-It-Yourself)' started by GregS_WI, Aug 12, 2008.

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    steven s

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    The part number looks like
    12 1 172 CE03
    Maybe BMW doesn't manufacture it, but that's where I got it from.
    It's the size of a spark plug socket, 23Nm, Made in Germany.
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    chicane

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    Maybe, what is the date?
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    chicane

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    That doesn't seem to be a valid part number.
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    steven s

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    Mid Sept. If you haven't registered, it's probably full.
    I may come up for the Shenandoah school in Oct.

    I know. It does not look like a regular BMW P/N.

    peter corey taylor guest

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    I don't know where to get the verification tool or how much it is, but we have one where i work and it's nice to have around. As for the griots free calibration, what's it going to cost to ship it back and forth every time you feel it may not be exactly accurate.

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