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efraguiluz said:
the "clicky type" is called a "break away" torque wrench and with those you set it to the desired torque and once you apply a torque higher than the set torque the wrench disengages. if your not experienced this might be the way to go since you " set it and forget it" and you don't have to worry about over torque something on you bike.
no, micrometer click style wrenches do not have a clutch in them. the wrench will click and torque will peak, go below the set torque and then go past the set torque. if you keep turning it will over torque
 
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