Actually, I would not use a torque wrench on them. Just tighten until they strip, then back off one-quater turn. If the bolt heads snap off while tightening you know you got it plenty tight.
OK, here is a better answer. The gasket between the air conditioner and roof is rubber. Tighten the bolts until the gasket start to compress and leave it there. The gasket will shrink over time so once a year tighten it a bit more, like 1/2 turn a year. After 5-7 years replace the gasket. If you tighten it too much now it will need replacing in one or two years.
2005 Dutch Star 4015
2007 Honda CR-V