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Using an lower torque electric or pneumatic impact tool an experienced user can just "hit it" with the wrench and get them sufficiently/properly tight.

However I prefer to use torque sticks of the proper value as that is a much more accurate method.

HF stk # 69870:



Using a 65 lb-ft stick to torque the clutch bell nut:



Torque sticks are accurate to ±3%, the same/a bit better than most clicker-type torque wrenches, and like any torsion spring remain that way forever unless they break...
 
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