Anybody have a recommendation for a high quality torque wrench for a reasonable cost? I have a cheapo Craftsman click-type ( like this) that I've been using for ~15 years. I trust it for lug nuts and suspension work, but have no idea how accurate it is anymore. I'm planning to remove the oil pan from my Saab and check/possibly replace the main/rod bearings. I'll need to have a wrench that can do 15 ft-lbs. I tend to buy Snap-on brand sockets, but don't want to spend $300+ on a Snap-on torque wrench that will rarely see any use. Can I trust a $40 made-in-China Craftsman torque wrench, or is there something better out there for less than $100?