Short of using mapping software and printing maps out, you don't have a lot of options. It's a vast range, and I don't know of any comprehensive topo maps out there.
When I did some backpacking in the Beartooths in 2000, I found some topos with 80-foot contours by Rocky Mountain Surveys, copyrighted by a Ralph Saunders and published in Billings by Artcraft Printers. Basically, they took two USGS quads and put them together on one map smaller than a single quad. I have no idea if they're still making those or if they made them for the Absarokas.
Personally, I use the USGS quads because even though they can be unwieldy and a pain to piece together for a trip, I love the size and the detail. They're what I used when I climbed Dead Indian. If you use them, just be aware that they don't show the trail along Gravelbar Creek. The Dead Indian page I put up here, and I'm not trying to applaud myself, seems to be about the only detailed online resource for route information on Dead Indian out there, and it's more accurate than the Turiano guide.
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