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I used a tow strap on my QSC,so it tightens on itself as you tighten it. Then it stops so the bolt reaches it torque.
 

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I would be concerned that the strap would stretch which would not get you a precise torque value. Just make or buy the metal holding fixture.
 

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I would be concerned that the strap would stretch which would not get you a precise torque value. Just make or buy the metal holding fixture.
I have the clutch lock tool but my buddy doesn't and I'm not sending him mine. Anyone know where you can buy those now? I got mine from the dealer when I had my commander.
 

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The strap does stretch only to a point but then it tightens down on the clutch to stop it from rotating. Then you can get a correct torque if the wrench is set properly. I have used this technique multiple times with no problems.
 
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