Back when I used to do that, I bought a heavy strap 3or 4 inches wide and about 4 feet long with loops at each end. You can slide it back and forth till you get it balanced. Maybe youi know this already, but be sure to make a good mark on the steering clutch and the driven plate on the final drives. The bolt holes are fussy and won't go back together but only one way. If you can get another loader tractor over there and hang a chain hoist of the bucket you should be in good shape. If you can get the lock wire in and out and get the bolts that hold the half moon retainers in and out, then you don't need the compression tools. I made some. Gives you more room to work in.