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How to Calculate Bolt Torque?

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First Zero out the callipers, either by sliding an old-style calliper into the zero position or by pressing the reset button on new electronic versions. Place the callipers over the round non-threaded portion of the screw. Take the measurement, in metric. This is the bolt's major diameter. Then Determine the metal used to make the bolt. Then Hold the metric ruler up to the threaded section of the bolt and measure from the bottom of the bolt to the top of the threads. Write this measurement down in millimetres. This is the thread length measurement. Write down any miscellaneous information you may have about the bolt, such as tensile strength. At last enter these measurements into the bolt torque calculator.
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1. Zero out the calipers, either by sliding an old-style caliper into the zero position or by pressing the reset button on new electronic versions. Place the calipers over the round
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If you're looking for a purely mathematical calculation based on the limit of the bolt to withstand rotational shearing force, you would need to determine two things. (1) The total
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It is called Ft/Lbs.
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step 1 22 ft lbs. step 2 59 ft lbs. step 3 loosen all the bolts completely. step 4 18 to 25 ft lbs. step 5 tighten an additional 90 degrees.
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