As part of my bit-by-bit destruction of Pax's ZZR, I need to get the front sprocket off. But it won't budge. I'm guessing I need an air impact wrench - I do a fair amount of spannering and am not overly bothered about the outlay if it is required.
Is it? Any decent alternatives? I will be doing about 16,000 miles a year on commuting alone, and will do all servicing except for valves and carb balancing, so I would sooner buy decent DIY tools than cheap shite and have to continually replace.
Answers by 10 May please.
If so, I am thinking about this impact wrench and this compressor. Would it be big enough a compressor? I know that the CFM and pressure are just about big enough, but would it cope?
Alternatively, thiscompressor might be better, but the £40 difference would be quite big to the Mrs - and would pay for the impact wrench.
How about this or this?
Its for shifting 27mm nuts.