Inch-Pounds to Foot-Pounds
Use this conversion tool to convert between inch-pounds (in-lb) and foot-pounds (ft-lb), both of which are units of work, energy or torque. Note that a conversion chart and instructions on how to manually convert between these units are available at the bottom of the page.
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How many inch-pounds are in 1 foot-pound of torque?
There are 12 inch-pounds in one foot-pound. Should you wish to convert 1 foot-pound to inch-pounds, simply multiply your figure by 12 or use the converter on this page.
How to convert inch-pounds to foot-pounds
One foot-pound is equal to 12 inch-pounds. This means that one inch-pound equals one-twelfth of a foot-pound (1/12). To convert your torque measurements of inch-pounds to foot-pounds, divide your figure by 12.
Note: The results above are rounded to a maximum of 3 decimal places.
To convert between newton-meters and foot-pounds, please see the newton meters and foot pounds converter.
For any figures not represented in this chart, please use the converter at the top of the page.
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