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I WANT TO CONVERT DEGREES INTO FT/LB TORQUE AS MY ELECTRONIC ANGLE TORQUE TOOL CANT GET INTO SOME TIGHT SPOTS SO WAS GOING TO USE TORQUE WRENCH.

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I don't think that can be done because a torque wrench measures torque, or tightness. A torque angle gauge only measures the amount of degrees that the bolt is turned in relationship to 360 degrees. Auto Zone has a small torque angle gauge that may work in a tight spot.

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