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If your looking for one for small engines, don't go for a click type. Stick to a good quality dial type. Click types not good at the lower torque ranges and you might not hear or feel the click if there's noise or other distractions. Click types also wear faster than upper end dial types. All it takes is to screw up one customers engine to cost the same as good instrument. Also be aware that most torque instruments are only cetified in the top 80% of the tool eq 1-50 ft-lbs is really only good for 10 to 50 ft-lbs., any lower and it gets messed up.