Ritchey 6-Bit Torque Key

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Description of Ritchey 6-Bit Torque Key

Properly install your Ritchey carbon bars and stem without fear of over-torquing. The torque key is pre-set to 4 or 5 Nm (maximum recommended torque for Ritchey carbon bars and WCS stems). With great T-handle shape and reliable "click" when reaching the max torque.

With removable bit holder. Included bits:
  • hex keys 3, 4, 5
  • Torx T20, T25
  • #1 Philips screwdriver

Included in delivery: incl. bit holder with hex keys 3/4/5, Torx T20/T25, #1 Philips screwdriver
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Fact Sheet of Ritchey 6-Bit Torque Key

Product Name: Ritchey 6-Bit Torque Key
Manufacturer: Ritchey
Item Code: RIT113153
activity: Bike
tool type : Torque wrenches
Model year: 2020
Color: Black, Metallic
Manufacturer page: http://www.ritcheylogic.com
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Still 1 in stock in stock, delivery time 11-13 days Version 4 Nm
Still 10 in stock in stock, delivery time 11-13 days Version 5 Nm
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Not expensive, works well
Not expensive, comes with common bits, and it's convenient to also have them handy with this key.

Most importantly it operates well.

I did have some concerns, because I borrowed very expansive Hazet torque wrench when I was assembling my bike and it seemed, that Ritchey (5Nm version) is operating at more than 5Nm, close to 6.

That's the reason, why I just competed my own test of Ritchey: my 5 Nm version clicks at ~4.5-4.8 Nm. I'm happy with that.

If you don't have torque wrench, get one.

It's also much better starting point than just using your feeling. Even if you need 8Nm, use this to tighten to ~5Nm and then add a bit more...

But "click" it 4 or 5 times before every real use - it can get stiff with no use.
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