What is a strap wrench used for?
The strap wrench is a wrench that holds objects by tightening straps. They prevent objects from slipping by using friction. Most strap wrenches come with handles so that you have a firm grip while using the wrench. If they don't have a handle, it is designed to be used with the square drive found on ratchet wrenches. via
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What can I use instead of a strap wrench?
Which wrench is used to loosen hex fasteners?
Flare Nut Wrench – Similar to a box wrench, a flare nut wrench is double-ended, but instead of a fully closed loop, the ends have five sides. The one open side allows the wrench to loosen and tighten hex nuts that are used as coupling for a tube with reduced chance of damage. via
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Do rubber strap wrenches work?
Rubber. A rubber strap wrench is ideal if you want to ensure that you have a secure grip on whatever object you're attempting to loosen or tighten. Of the two types of materials commonly found on strap wrenches, rubber is the stronger option and will work well with items that have a rough surface. via