I am in the middle of replacing my timing belt after it broke. I'm trying to get the crank pulley off. In the Hane's (not sure if spelling is right) manual, it says to use a strap wrench. I bought one, but it just didnt have enough power to keep the crank still while I was removing the nut. I like the idea in the timing belt replacement article, but when I tried it, the crank still moved. Am I doing something wrong? The wheels are in the air, but I had it in 5th gear ( I even tried it in 1st), with the brakes on. Any ideas?