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Does anyone know an Internet address for a printable chart that shows torque value conversions from Nm to Inch pounds and/or Foot pounds?

I found one place, but you have to enter the values and it does the math, for each instance. I'd like to print out a list, or chart.

Thanks ... :)
 

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Thanks. I'll print it out, and see how it looks.
 

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Perfect. I need to print it out and put it up on the wall in my garage. Beats running to the computer all the time.
 

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Came out perfect! I'm having a problem understanding the way the columns are set up, though. The top line, all the way across, shows numbers that don't jive (in my small brain). I'll figure it out.

Thanks.:)
 

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Came out perfect! I'm having a problem understanding the way the columns are set up, though. The top line, all the way across, shows numbers that don't jive (in my small brain). I'll figure it out.

Thanks.:)

its just set up in different orders 3 times

so the first 3 columns go together, then columns 4-6 go together and then 7-9
 

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You could set up an Excel spreadsheet to create a chart in a few minutes.
 

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i have one on my windows mobile phone. If you have an iPhone, im sure theres an app for that...

But, the pcitures works perfectly
 

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its just set up in different orders 3 times
so the first 3 columns go together, then columns 4-6 go together and then 7-9
I swear, I never would have figured that out!:eek:

Thanks ... I used a felt tip pen, and separated the groups. Works like a champ.:)
 
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