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    bondai
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    (8/20/01 9:22:40 am)
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    Hope you can make good use of the torque wrench....Thanks







    teehee1
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    (9/11/01 11:23:14 pm)
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    Bondai, thanx. Where do I find a table with ft lbs to in lbs?
    The nm totally confused me.

    warpig883
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    easy 12 inch pounds in 1 ft lb. If the required torque is 10 ft lbs and you have a in lb wrench take 10x20=200 in lbs. Works the other way also. I used to know how to add in the length of a cheater bar but forgot. Lets see, I am not sure if I got it right. 1 in lb is the force required to move 1 lb 1 inch with a 1 inch handle. That is the basics of it and then we would figure it out from there. You can actually accurately torque something with some weights a scale and common wrench. Got my learning from the Army so it might be flawed from the start.
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    Flhunter
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    HUH??? I thought it would be 120 in lbs. Now I'm all confused...
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    bondai
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    1 Ft. lb = 12 in.lbs. Go to a search engine like google and type in "torque conversion formula" all the info you could ever use.






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