The 8 Best Torque Multiplier Wrenches

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This wiki has been updated 18 times since it was first published in October of 2018. When you’re turning lug nuts, bolts, screws, or other items that require a high twisting force, a torque multiplier wrench will give you a tremendous mechanical advantage. You’ll get the job done more quickly and with much less manual effort, and they’ve been known to help remove even the most stubborn of fasteners in no time. Our list includes models for a variety of uses and budget needs. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Neiko Pro 03716B

2. Cheater Wrench

3. Xtreme Power US Labor Saving

Editor's Notes

February 26, 2021:

Broadly speaking, there are two types of manual torque-multiplying wrenches: those meant for automotive use, like the inexpensive Xtreme Power US Labor Saving and FirstInfo F3220DD, or the relatively costly Cheater Wrench. You might find some other applications for them, but by and large, they were meant for removing bound or over-torqued wheels.

More general-use torque multipliers can almost be mistaken for simple heavy-duty ratchets. For example, the Neiko Pro 03716B is about as straightforward as they come, yet is built to last for years. The OTC is, perhaps, even more rugged, and just a touch more expensive, while the Stanley Proto J6202A may well top them both in terms of durability, both for heavy-duty jobs, and over years of ownership.

January 29, 2019:

Whether you’re looking for a tool that can loosen hard-to-remove fittings from a wheel, appliance, or machine, our list has an option for you, with kits designed specifically for automotive use as well as wrenches made for a wider variety of applications. You’re sure to find one here that meets your needs and budget.

Special Honors

Norbar USA If you need tough nuts tackled, this high-end manufacturer is - believe it or not - dedicated specifically to all manner of torque-multiplying tools. That includes common ratcheting wrenches, as well as manual models like those used on lug nuts, and even electric, handheld drivers. They also offer a variety of accessories to help stabilize your manual torque multipliers, as well as equipment for measuring and calibrating torque tools.

4. Stanley Proto J6202A

5. Williams TM-290

6. OTC 7368

7. Yontree Labor Saving

8. FirstInfo F3220DD

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