Ok guys, I can't find/afford a torqu wrench to tight down that 350 Lb/Ft pitman arm nut. SO I came up with a decent "idea". I have a very nice 200 Lb/Ft click type torque wrench. My idea is to fab up an extender.... as in take a say 3' long pipe and weld a socket/1/2" male end on the ends of the pipe and then torque the end of it to say... 150Lb/Ft. I wish I could draw a picture. the Physics guys know what i'm talking about. It's apply torque to a bar already on the nut. It multiplies your torque and with a equation you can calculate how long the bar needs to be, or how much torque you need to get your end/net torque. Need some help with the Calculation. b/c if you apply say 50 Lb/ft of torque to a 1' bar, How can it still be 50? But if the bar is 2' long your torque should be 100#?