I debated putting this in the Garage section of ADV, but figured it's more specific to my KTM, so here it is... I'm a relatively new 2006 950 Adventure owner and slowly gettting more and more confident maintaining her. I have been slowly building up my tool set, finding things I need along the way and trying to get a decent set together. I've been borrowing a torque wrench, but now need to get one myself. I'm hoping people here can offer some advice on a good wrench that will cover the various torque specs needed for our beloved 950. Any tips? Tricks? Advice that you can share to a noob? I'm in Canada but close to the border to maybe some tips for both sides of the border? I will pay for quality, but I'm also not made of money - always looking for a good deal. Ideally I would only need one (3/8 drive?) that will suffice for all my KTM wrenching needs (my sockets are 3/8 drive). I know the torque specs vary across the entire bike, so looking for something that will serve me best. Ideas? Thanks as always, Matthew.