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One kilonewton = ~35969.43 pounds
However, 160 kilonewton meters = ~118009.94 foot pounds.
I don't think kilonewtons themselves are directly convertible to foot pounds as the measurement given is not related to any sort of distance or length, if that makes any sense.

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