Dude, that "stunt" as you call it, is and has been used by millions of
mechanics everywhere for years. You have a pulley bolt burried where you
need a 12" or better extension, your 1/2 or even 3/4 impact wont get it.
That is the easiest way to get it loose. If you had any experiance you would
know that. Focktard. LOL. Ive been watching your posts for a while now and
at first I thought you had some experiance, now I can tell you are fresh out
of the junior college automotive program. Focktard. ROFL.
Some years back a local mechanic was working on a Studebaker. It had a large
nut on the axle to retain the hub/brake drum. To get it off he put a large
wrench on it and had his helper put it in gear and release the clutch while
he stood on the wrench to hold it. His partner put it in reverse and let the
clutch out. Tossed the guy about ten feet and he broke his arm:) Work safe.
what would happen if the wrench slips and damages the engine or body
because of this act
you cannot control the starter precisly and you cannot properly hold
the wrench to the bolt
if this were a safe and proper practice
let me do it while you hold your face and body near this practice
fuck i would pay to do that
OHSA will pull your ticket
wokers comensation will never pay a claim like this
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