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    bensonhurst
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    torque setting

    I was looking in a BMW workshop manual for the torque setting for the generator armature bolt, and it states "2 mkp"
    what the hell is 2 mkp?

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    Sounds like 'Kilopondmeter' 2mkp=14.47footpounds=19.61newtonmeters. Do these values seem right for the application?

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    My workshop manual also shows the mkp unit, but fortunately someone wrote "x 7.233". 1 mkp is 7.233 ft-lbs.
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    bensonhurst
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    torque

    I found it on the net

    http://jumk.de/calc/torque.shtml


    1 mkp = 7.23299 ft pounds

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