Crank pulley holder - UK supplier?

I have a ring of holes crank pulley on my 93 civic so I'm looking for a tool similar to the one on the right of the top picture here: http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/cranktool/index.html#ringofholes .
I'm in the UK and wondering where to get one from...
Alternatively I could probably easily get hold of a universal thing like http://www.lasertools.co.uk/item.aspx?item 27&cat04 but it looks a bit weak and worried it might press against my pulley and break a lip of something... I could always make my own tool but want to avoid the hassle...
Cheers!
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timtech wrote:

no reason you can't buy one from a us online seller. exchange rate is in your favor!

these crank bolts tend to be stupid tight to undo - no way that is going to be strong enough.

if you have access, air tools will get the bolt out of the pulley no problem. you'll need a holder to tighten the bolt, but assuming you have a stick shift, just putting it in gear and having an assistant apply the brakes should be sufficient.
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Thanks for the advice - I tried 5th gear and braking but there was too much play in it. Have now booked it into a local garage as I've been spending too much time on my car recently ;-) Then I managed to break the power steering pump adjusting bolt and a valve cover bolt...not critical but annoying... At least I know what to do for next time (in 5 years..wooo).
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timtech wrote:

that's for tightening, not loosening.

you need to buy a torque wrench or three - no way should you be breaking bolts like this. likewise, sounds like having someone else do the work is the best option for you.
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