2019 Yamaha TW200, 2021 CRF300L Rally, 2021 Ford Bronco
i work as a Mechanic at a shop that also has a tire side. The tire guys torque every wheel to spec. They do not have to adjust torque on the wrench, they have a setup on the wall with 10 torque wrenches set to different torques by the manufacture, that gets calibrated regularly. They also have a chart on the wall with all the different vehicle torque data. First they run them up with a torque limiting socket, then when its back on the ground, they use the torque wrench of the correct torque. Its a very good system. Although Mistakes still happen in every industryTorque limiting, yes. But unless it is some high end dealership / race car they do not precisely torque lugnuts, Different cars / models have different values and they do not reset for every one. Rattle guns normally have adjustable ranges and overtightening has as many pitfalls as under tightening. Still I stand by my assertion that just because a fastener has a certain torque specification does not mean that it must be followed precisely.