I searched around and found some older threads from a few years ago but wanted to get some up to date info. Essentially I'm in need of a decent torque wrench that is durable, accurate, and won't break the bank. I'm going to do the shifter bushing install along with replacing the shifter joint and rear subframe locks in the next couple of weeks so it needs to be able read below 25ft/lbs. However I would also like to be able to torque my wheels to spec when I replace the rear rotors and pads. Am I looking at two wrenches, one for light and one for heavy application or is there one that can cover the the entire spectrum? Thank you in advance.