Home made bar
Originally Posted by airguy
Any piece of steel that you can get wedged in there with sufficient mass to buck against will work. I sacrificed a couple tools to make custom bucking bars for some of the more difficult spots, including a 3/8" wrench and a large screwdriver in one case. All it has to do is be heavy and be in the right spot.
What he said. If you need more mass, tape a tungsten bar to it.
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