Looking at getting some torque wrenches for my bike (YZ250F) and my sons (KTM Pro Jr.) After searching looks like I need a 3/8" or 1/4" at 40-200in/lbs or a 25-250 in/lb to cover the lower ranges (or something similar to that range) so I'm in the middle of the range when using it. On the KTM, I need to torque something at around 265 in/lbs (22 ft/lbs) which is out of range. What would be a good range for this for the second torque wrench. I haven't done the valves yet, I do the basic maintenance with a 3/8" rachet socket wrench with adapters to fit my 1/4" sockets, 3 years and no problems yet. I also have various lengths 3/8" extenders I use. 1. Is it ok to use adapters when using the torque wrench? Or should I just get a 1/4" size and some new extenders? 2. I notice the handle length (short/long) may vary on these wrenches, what length in inches should I be looking at? I was looking at the Stanley Protos and some from Sears for a start. ThX!