4AR1 Norbar Torque Wrench

Why do I need to calibrate my Torque Wrench?

The bottom line is recalibration is a safety issue. Calibrating your torque wrench means you will reduce faulty installation of wheels, avoid alignment issues, and excessive wear on on wheels.

Norbar recommends, in compliance with O.S.H.A. guidelines, that wrenches be calibrated annually.  If damage is visible or tools are dropped regularly then more frequent calibration may be required.

If in the the recalibration process your wrench needs repair a quote will be sent for approval before any work commences.  Your torque wrench will come back with a sticker of the date and information of when it was last serviced

How do I begin?

Submit Online or call McGee Company at 1-800-525-8888.

We will fax/email shipping information to you, after your request.

Regular updates

We send an  annual notification to recalibrate your torque wrench via email, so you don’t have to worry about remembering if you sign up in addition to the certificate sent with each calibrated torque wrench.

 Why choose McGee Company?

McGee Company has been in operation since 1951 as a family owned business with one simple goal:  To anticipate the needs of our customers by having the right product available to them – right when they need it. With warehouses in Denver, Salt Lake City, Albuquerque and Dallas, McGee brings the American West the largest inventory of products possible to best serve our customers every day.

Our recalibration process is manufacturer approved with a quick turnaround.

Need access to a lug nut torque chart? Check out our Accutorq Poster 2012

McGee Company only calibrates Norbar Torque Wrenches

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or call McGee Company at 1-800-525-8888.