I have a 2 1/2' 1/2" drive breaker bar that I bought for $9.95; it's the beans.. I also have a Goodyear 1/2" cordless impact wrench ($79) that is very nice for such things. I won't use an impact wrench for tightening anything, but I will use it to loosen things. Always use a 6-point impact socket in the correct size, of course. Ron
So I've been coming across bolts lately that are torqued to high, plus in awkward positions, making it impossible for me to get out by hand.
for instance, I could not get the rear lower link bolts to budge. The manual said they are torqued to 96 lbs. I even tried jacking up the truck, and using it's weight to turn it.
My question is, with out having an air compressor, is there a tool I can use for this? some sort of high torque electrical drill or something??
Thanks this is all new to me.