wrench out of

wrench something out of something

to yank or twist something out of something. The policeman wrenched the gun out of Lefty's hand and told Lefty to put his hands up. Tom wrenched the bone out of the dog's mouth and threw it away.
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Using this method brings the wrench out of the bifilar into the open area to make it easier to remove and install the pin and properly torque the nut.