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    Call me lame, but WTF is this?

    this is a pic of my sc slip moment, counter clockwise. Which is NM & FT LB?
    Am I at 8.X ft lbs?
    I just got this used T-wrench & it had no instructions.
    thanx
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    your supose to measure it in IN pounds not FT pounds

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    Is that a under water ROLEX ??

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    7.5 newton meter = 66.380 593 255 pound inch
    http://www.onlineconversion.com/torque.htm

    you aint lame

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    Looks to be about 96 in-lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ULozer View Post
    Is that a under water ROLEX ??
    It's worse! I can't understand a damn thing it says!
    One side say's NM & the other says Ft lb & I can't tell whats what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    7.5 newton meter = 66.380 593 255 pound inch
    http://www.onlineconversion.com/torque.htm

    you aint lame
    My mom would tell me that every day just for the hell of it.

    Thanx for the link!

    So, Am I in the good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP View Post
    your supose to measure it in IN pounds not FT pounds
    12 in lb is 1 ft lb right? It would be easier in inch lbs i guess but a little math is good for the brain.

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    The new clutch should start to slip at a torque of 7 to 12 NM (62-106 inch pounds) A dial type torque wrench works best for this.
    you is in the goodz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RXP Steve View Post
    The new clutch should start to slip at a torque of 7 to 12 NM (62-106 inch pounds) A dial type torque wrench works best for this.
    you is in the goodz!


    Thanx!

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