I Need a Super Thin Wrench Set

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Don't know if it's sae or metric. Need to take the fuel bowl off a Kawasaki carb.

I've been meaning to get a set anyway for some brakes.

What is the thinnest set? I've seen that some have bought the Capri Tools set.

Thanks.
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Ignition wrenches if the head(s) are small enough.
Note: I've seen rounded off screw heads on older Japanese bikes because the difference between Japanese and Phillips head screws.
JIS. I realize that's a Kaw mower engine.
 

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I’ve got a bunch of thinner wrenches I got from the pawn shop. Hodge podge of brands but they work. Also the ones that come with some tools like my die grinder came with some really then wrenches.
 
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I bought myself a set of the Capri wrenches for work. They are very thin and high quality. Last week I ordered a set of Proto standard and Facom metric thin wrenches for a coworker. The Facoms are great, and as thin as the Capri. The Protos are significantly thicker but still quality.
 
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Don't know if it's sae or metric. Need to take the fuel bowl off a Kawasaki carb.

I've been meaning to get a set anyway for some brakes.

What is the thinnest set? I've seen that some have bought the Capri Tools set.

Thanks.
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Times like these HARBOR FRIEGHT is where I go. Buy a cheap set of combies get home and hit the mill or if no mill the grinding wheel. A few minutes later the custom wrench! LOL
 
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The cone wrenches might work, good idea.
Years ago, I bought a set of SAE from SnapOn, they have served me well. I'm sure they also stock metric sets now. Looks to be 10mm or so.
 
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