I'm thinking the Harbor Freight wrench would likely lose to the fuel tank. The Snap On wrench would stand up to the job at hand, no problem.No MM...Beating the snot otta red/silver Cbr250's is why I have a Harbor Freight Torque Wrench in my box . Gotta lovingly handle my $450 snap on techangle torque wrenchs.
One of DudeMan's friends told him that the motorcycle tech schools actually spend 10-12 classroom/shop hours on how to best scratch, dent, and otherwise f**k up a customers bike. Really?... it's more like 1 to 2 hours, tops. Doody is so naive.