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No torque wrench - help needed

What you are planning isn't going to work. You need to torque as specified. Not torquing them correctly will most likely end in catastrophic engine failure. There is a reason why the manuals have such ...
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What is the right torque wrench for a 25 Nm (18.4 lb.ft) oil filter housing?

To me it is pretty obvious that if the 1/4" won't go high enough, and the 1/2" won't go low enough, your only choice is the 3/8" drive torque wrench. According to this website, states: ...
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Can I use the "Auto" mode on my Hercules impact wrench to safely put lug nuts on?

Bottom line is, you can pretty much use your tool the way you want to use it. The real question is, should you? Basically, no you shouldn't. Even in the Auto-Forward mode, it would be way too easy to ...
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Installing Rubber Parts Final Tightening Carried Under Unladen Condition With Tires On Ground

The only thing in your diagram I'm see where there are rubber parts are the lower A-frames. The bolts in question are circled in red. There will be a second set on the backside (which you can't see in ...
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Massive torque dip specifically at 1500-1700rpm

EDIT: This answer was written before engine codes were supplied. I’m not going to answer the question “What causes my massive torque dip” because (1) you have not provided essential information about ...
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