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Sears has a decent Craftsman set. The issue is any time you add an extension and thenn a crows foot to a torque wrench it changes the torque value. I guess you could just add a pound or two to the setting but it isn't right. I just did mine and just tightened them with an open end wrench so I could feel them. You do have to torque the head/headcover before torquing the cyl's so make sure this is how you do it.

Head bolts - 24 ft/lbs. start from the inside and work your way out
Cylinder base nuts - 30-34 ft/lbs. and see below:


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WhiteXC is correct, the offset of a crows foot will throw off torque reading but by a lot. Using an open end wrench by feel is common practice. I use a shallow socket and a short wobble extension. Extensions will twist and lower torque applied by about 10%. Tool
 
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