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|Author:||bkjames [ February 6th, 2012, 1:31 pm ]|
|Post subject:||manual pitbull torque wrench fusion calculations|
I am seeing nowhere, after looking everywhere on line, how to calculate the necessary foot pounds needed to fuse on a manual pitbull using McElroys torque wrench adapter for small pitbulls. I have the correct length torque wrench.
How is one suposed to figure out the ft/lb reading? Do I use, for nexample;
4" IPS pipe, DR 11. Wall thickness of .42", x pie, x 75(InterFacialPressure)?
This gets me approx 100. Is this my foot/pounds reading? It seems like an awfull lot of force when I try it...
Please don't answer with the bead size, as I would like to know how to do this calculation.
|Author:||Joshua [ February 6th, 2012, 5:28 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: manual pitbull torque wrench fusion calculations|
Page 6-1 of the product manual discusses this. The manual can be found at http://static.mcelroy.com/parts_finder/documents/2557.pdf?-981314793.
Here is the page in .jpg format.
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