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Old 10-12-2004, 08:18 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by FN in MT
Just installed my new Hepco-Becker engine bars and have NO idea what to torque the fasteners to. What is the conversion from Nm to Ft Lbs??

Need to convert; 12 Nm, 27Nm,40 Nm and 48Nm to ft pounds.

Thank You in advance......... FN in MT
The place to go for the Torque Conversions
http://mdmetric.com/tech/tech4/torqcalc3.htm

You ought to think about getting an inch pound torque wrench... 17Nm and 27Nm are the lower end of a workable ft lb wrench.

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