Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Do you have the correct socket on there? Fits good? How about an extension bar or a breaker bar? They torque them on there tight. Get in a good position so when it lets go, it doesn't smash your knuckles, if you don't have a breaker bar, get a piece of pipe that will fit over the handle of the ratchet. Give it a good yank or push it with your foot if you have to. A socket extension will cause the ratchet to twist, so keep it as short as possible. Good luck. Hope this helps.
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