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Q: How can you convert newton meters to ft-lbs?

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To convert Newton-meters to Foot-pounds, multiply by 0.7375 To convert Foot-pounds to Newton-meters, multiply by 1.3558

Newton meters x 0.737562149 = foot-pounds

ft-lbs. x 1.3558 = newton meters

Inch-pounds x 0.113 (or 0.112984829) = Newton meters.

~339Nm

Use the following calculator to convert between inch-pounds and newton meters. If you need to convert inch-pounds to other units, please try our universal Energy and Work Unit Converter.

You can't. Newton-meters are a unit of force. Meters are a unit of distance. The two are not directly related.

1 FOOT POUNDS IS EQUIVALENT TO 1.3558 NEWTON METERS EXAMPLE: 796 FOOF POUNDS X 1.3558= 1079.2168 NEWTON METERS I HOPE THIS WILL HELP YOU. REGARDS. JONI

14.75 ft/lbs

You cannot convert "Newton meters" to psi. psi is a pressure and "newton per square meter" is also a pressure that is called pascal (Pa). Here is a fine pressure converter: Scroll down to related links and look at "Conversion of pressure or stress units".

175 Nm = 129.1 lb/ft

You cannot convert newtons to newton-meters because they are measuring different things. It's like asking to convert pounds to degrees Fahrenheit. A newton is a measure of Force, with units (mass X distance)/(time X time), and newton meters is a measure of work or energy, with units (mass X distance X distance)/(time X time).

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