not sure if this is the write place for this post, but anyway, I'll soon be leaving for a 2-3year RTW trip on my little orange thumper. Tool set preaty much all figured out, except for one thing: the torque wrench. The main reason why I'm concidering carrying one is that I'm rather ham fisted when it comes to torquing. And I would HATE to strip something while in the middle of nowhere because I over torque it, or loose a bolt cause I was affraid of over torquing. Also to note, is that I plan on doing all maintenance and most repairs myself. I know I know, it's getting close to bringing the kitchen sink, but this item I see as insurance... My question is, for the odd men that do carry a torque wrench; which one do you carry? I'm looking at one from AC delcon, 2-39 ft-lb. at 12" long I think I could live with that. On my ktm, 40+ lbs of torque is rather rare and I'm not so scared of over torquing those any way. I saw another one that was 0-50 ft-lbs but bulkier. Price wise, I'm good to up to 250$ for one.