Well I went to harbor freight and got the set of metric thin wrenches, only way for the 36 I need and boy are they cheap looking but it will work and then went to Lowe's and got a 32MMS craftsman socket which I thought was thin wall and it won't work....
Those service wrenches are a special type with short handles that you can beat on with a hammer or extend with a piece of pipe as needed. The short handles are often good for access to tight spots.
According to Harbor Freight, they are modeled after a type that was popular with farmers, back when farmers fixed their own tractors. I find them to be excellent for those odd sized large nuts that we encounter on motorcycle suspension components, fill plugs, and so on.
P.S. The older set I have are stamped "alloy steel," which is good, but the new ones are stated to be chrome vanadium. That's the alloy the old Craftsman wrenches were made of, but which the new ones are not. I'm not trying to compare HF and old Craftsman tools in general
, but am just pointing you to a good tool for this job. Glad you bought it and think it will work out.