I think this may be the cheapest around...if anyone is considering getting that tool...Having said all of the above, may I recommend a tool to help the DIY guys...
Crank Pulley Holding Tool for Honda and Acura
Yeah, thats definitely a typo...helps to proof read. My brother was pulling with a breaker bar. We used a torque wrench to put the new crank pulley on, followed by a 90 degree turn with a regular wrench.Starter trick, baybeee! I think I might have had a small static shock when I put the key in the ignition :laughing:
REMOVED torque with a torque wrench? Definite no-no! :readtherules: #1 rule (besides not using it as a hammer) is to only use a torque wrench to apply torque, not remove torque. Unless you had a torque wrench that was dialed to "release" (click) at more torque than it took to remove the bolt, you may have damaged the wrench.