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Table 4-1.  Torque Unit Conversion
TM 9-254 4-1. Torque Wrench - Continued Figure 4-6. Torque Wrench - Angled Extension (2) When an extension adapter is used as shown in figure 4-6. Let: F = Force (pounds) IT = Wrench length (inches) measured from the middle of handle to the center of the tang IA = Extension length (inches) measured from center of socket to center of drive square L = Effective lever length L = IT x IA cos a (or measure as shown) (3) To find torque setting (TT) when desired amount of torque exerted at extension (TA) is known. EQUATION TT = TA X IT L (4) To find torque exerted at extension for a particular torque setting. EQUATION TA=TT X L IT e. Torque Unit Conversion.  When checking the specified torque of a bolt, it may be necessary, because of the torque  wrench  calibration,  to  convert  torque  units  from  one  to  another  (foot-pounds  to  inch-ounces).    This  can  be  done readily using table 4-1. 4-5

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