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Message No. 17903, Started by Screamn03 on 08/18/06

Can someone help me convert a spring rate of 150newtons/mm to lbs/inch format? I keep coming up with 856lbs/inch but I don't think that is right.

 

Thanks,

 

-Mike-

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Follow-up Messages (2)
Yes, it is rigth. 1 Newton = 0.2248089 lbs25.4 mm = 1 Inchso 150 x 0.2...
No. 17909, Posted by devitg on 08/21/06, 16:20 PST.
Yes, it is rigth. 1 Newton = 0.2248089 lbs25.4 mm = 1 Inchso 150 x 0.2...
No. 17908, Posted by devitg on 08/21/06, 16:20 PST.
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