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How do i torque the driver side banjo bolt?

I know that the torque specs for the banjo bolts for composite washers is 33ft/lbs but how did you guys torque the driver side bolt down? It appears impossible to do this. Let me know what you guys did. Thanks.

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i just feel it with a wrench. if you got the passenger side, you can kinda get a feel for it to do the other one.

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a wrench and a calibrated arm
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I agree with the three above or you can always use a crows foot wrench, torque adapter and hope your math is spot on.


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I did the wrench and calibrated arm thing also.

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a wrench and a calibrated arm
I used a calibrated elbow.
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