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    I looking at these connectors - Alumiconn from King industries to pigtail wiring in my house. I'd like to get a torque screwdriver - can you recommend one?

    Bill - Buffalo, NY

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    Torque screwdrivers are a specialty tool and priced accordingly. I use Snap-On tools mostly, and they do have several models:

    http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/tools...e=snapon-store

    Price is high (around $200), but they're not terribly expensive compared to other high-precision brands.

    epinions.com shows a Craftsman set (810568), no price given, but I can't find it on the Sears website.

    Amazon has one for $55 made by Neiko, the name you know and trust, and an SK unit that should be OK for $75. I'd start here and poke around the Web:

    http://www.amazon.com/Micrometer-Tor.../dp/B000XW416Y

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