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Section II. EXPENDABLEIDURABLE SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS LIST (continued)

(1)

Item

Number

(2)

Level

(3)

National

Stock Number

(4)

Description (CAGEC)

LubricatingOil, 5-GallonCan Engine, OEA (19349) MIL-L-461675

LubricatingOil, 55-GallonDrum Engine, OEA (19349) MIL-L-461675

LubricatingOil, 1-QuartCan GeneralPurpose,PL-S

(81348)W-L-800

LubricatingOil, 5-GallonCan General Purpose,PL-S

(81348)W-L-800

Rag,Wiping, 50-PoundBale

(58536)A-A-531

Repair Kit, Epoxy (19207) 12259529

Sealing Compound, 10-CubicCm Bottle (81349) MIL-S-22473

Soap, Toilet, 6-GallonCan (81348) P-S-624

Sodium Hypochlorite:, 5-GallonCan LiquidLaundryBleach

(81348)04-602

Solder, Lead, 1-PoundBar

(09185)44RE

Tag, Marker, 50-Each (81349) MIL-T-12755

Tape, Antiseize, 114 Inch Wide, 54-Feet Long

(71643)TEMPRTH

Tape, Antiseize, 112-InchWide, 260 lnchs Long (81349) MIL-T-27330A

(1)

(2)

(4)

Item

National

Number

Level

Stock Number

Description (CAGEC)

Tape, Antiseize, 260 Inches Long

Thinner, Paint, MineralSpirits,5-GallonCan

(81348)lT-T-291

Tubing, Plastic, A844 Type B3, 8-Inch Black

Wire, Nonelectrical

(96906)MS20995C47-14

Wire, Steel, Carbon (96906) MS20995F47-12

Bleach, Sodium Hypochlorite, 5-Gallon Can

(81349)0-S-602

Jar, Screw Cap Plastic, UII Package of 12 32 Ounce Capacity (15481) 033-670

F-5/(F-6 blank)

APPENDIX G ILLUSTRATED LlST OF MANUFACTURED ITEMS

Paragraph

Number

ParagraphTitle

Page

Number

G-1

General

G-1

G-2

Definitionof Columns

G-1

G-3

Actuator to Relay Valve and Cleaner Assembly to Relay Valve Hoses

G-2

G-4

Butt Hinge

G-3

G-1.

GENERAL.

This Appendix includes instructionsfor making items authorized to be manufactured or fabricated.

A part number index in alphanumeric order is provided in Table 1 for the part number of each item to be fabricated.

Bulk materials needed for the manufacture of an item are listed by part number and national stock number (NSN) in the tabular listing.

When manufacturing items, make sure the appropriate tools are used to cut and shape materials. Bend hoses to configurations shown and be careful not to kink hoses. Reuse old connectors and fittings whenever possible. Make sure hoses are clean before installingafter fabrication.

G-2.

DEFINITION OF COLUMNS.

Column (1) - Part Number of Item. This column lists the nomenclature and part number of the item that must bemanufactured.

Column (2)- Part Number and NSN of Bulk Material. This column lists the part number and the NSN for the bulk material required to manufacturethe item.

Column (3) - Required Length. This column specifies the dimensions of the item to be manufactured.

Table G-1. ILLUSTRATED LlST OF MANUFACTURED ITEMS

(1)

Part Number of Item

(2)

Part Number and NSN of Bulk Material

(3)

Required Length

Hose, Actuator to Relay Valve

J844rPIB

18

In. (45.7 cm)

246115-18

Hose, Cleaner Assembly to Relay Valve

32

in. (81.3 cm)

246115-32

Hose, Cleaner Assembly to Relay Valve

18

in. (45.7 cm)

246115-18

Hinge, Butt

17

in. (43.18 cm)

MS35822-16D

63.

ACTUATOR TO RELAY VALVE AND CLEANER ASSEMBLY TO RELAY VALVE HOSES.

NOTE

Hoses may be reused only if sufficient length remains to prevent kinking after assembly. If not, replace them.

Using hose cutter and Table G-1, cut hose(s)to length as required.

Install coupling nut (3) on hose (4) after cutting hose to a determined length. Install compression sleeve (2) on hose (4), and install insert (1) in hose (4).

G-4.

BUT HINGE.

NOTES:

1. Hole diameter=5/16" (6 holes)

2. Make from PIN MS35822-16D(cut to 17")

G-3/(G-4 blank)

APPENDIX H TORQUE VALUES FOR THREADED FASTENERS

Paragraph

Number

Paragraph Title

Page

Number

H-1

General

H-1

H-2

Torque Limits

H-1

H-3

How To Use Torque Table

H-1

H-4

Tightening Metal Fasteners

H-3

H-5

Fastener Size and Thread Pattern

H-4

H-6

Fastener Grade

H-5

--

H-1.

GENERAL.

This section provides general torque limits for screws used on the MI 112 water tank trailer. Special torque limits are indicatedin the maintenanceproceduresfor applicable components. The general torque limits given in this appendix shall be used when specific torque limits are not indicated in the maintenance procedure. These general torque limits cannot be applied to screws that retain rubber components. The rubber components will be damaged before the correct torque limit is reached. If a special torque limit is not given in the maintenance instructions, tighten the screw or nut until it touches the metal bracket, then tighten it one more turn.

H-2.

TORQUE LIMITS.

Table H-1 lists dry torque limits. Dry torque limits are used on screws that do not have lubricants applied to threads. Table H-2 lists wet torque limits. Wet torque limits are used on screws that have high-pressure lubricants applied to threads.

H-3.

HOW TO USE TORQUE TABLE.

Measure the diameter of the screw to be installed.

Count the number of threads per inch or use a pitch gage.

Underthe headingSIZE, lookdownthe left- hand column until the diameter of screw to be installed is found (there will usually be two lines beginning with the same size).

4. In the second column under SIZE, find the number of threads per inch that matches the number of threads counted in step 2.

H-3.

5.

6.

HOW TO USE TORQUE TABLE (continued).

To find the grade of the screw that is to be installed, match the markings on the head to the correct picture of CAPSCREW HEAD MARKINGS on the table.

Manufacturer's marks may vary. These are all SAE Grade 5 (3 lines).

CAPSCREW HEAD MARKINGS

Look down the column under the picture found in step 5 until the torque limit in foot-pounds for the diameter and threads per inch of the screw being installed is found.

Table H-1. TORQUE LIMITS FOR DRY FASTENERS

SAE CAPSCREW HEAD MARKINGS

DIA.

IN.

THREADS

PER INCH

MM,

SAE GRADE

No.

FOOT-

POUNDS

1 or 2

N-m

TORQUE

SAE GRADE

No. 5

FOOT-

POUNDS

N*m

SAE GRADE

No. 6 or 7

FOOT-

POUNDS

SAE GRADE

No. 8

FOOT-

POUNDS

114

20

6.35

12.0

114

28

6.35

14.0

5116

18

7.94

24.0

5116

24

7.94

27.0

318

16

9.53

44.0

318

24

9.53

49.0

7116

14

11.11

70.0

 

-

7116

20

78.0

112

13

12.70

105.0

 

-

112

20

120.0

9116

12

14.28

155.0

 

-

9116

18

170.0

518

11

15.88

210.0

518

18

-

240.0

314

10

19.05

375.0

314

16

-

420.0

718

9

22.23

605.0

718

14

-

675.0

1

8

25.40

910.0

1

14

-

990.0

1-118

- 25.58

1280.0

 

1444.0

1-114

- 31.75

1820.0

 

2000.0

1-318

- 34.93

2300.0

 

2720.0

1-112

- 38.10

3160.0

3560.0

H-3.

HOW TO USE TORQUE TABLE (continued).

SAECAPSCREWHEAD

MARKINGS

mi

Table H-2. TORQUE LIMITS FOR WET FASTENERS

DIA.

IN.

-

SIZE

THREADS

PER INCH

114

20

114

28

5116

18

5116

24

3l8

16

3l8

24

7116

14

7116

20

112

13

112

20

9116

12

9116

18

518

11

98

18

3l4

10

3l4

16

718

9

718

14

1

8

1

14

1-118

1-114

1-318

1-112

-

-

-

-

-

I

SAE GRADE

IPOUNDS

FOOT-

N,,

FOOT-

POUNDS

TORQUE

SAE GRADE No. 6 or 7

Nem

FOOT-

N,,

POUNDS

mi

SAE GRADE

No. 8

FOOT-

POUNDS

Nem

H-4.

TIGHTENING METAL FASTENERS.

When torquing a fastener, select a torque wrench whose

wrench is most accurate from 25 percent to 75 percent of its stated range. A torque wrench with a stated range of 0

to 100 will be most accurate from 25 to 75 foot-pounds. The accuracy of readings will decrease as you approach 0 foot-pounds or 100 foot-pounds. The ranges in Table H-3 are based on this principle.

A torque

range (Table H-3) fits the required torque value.

H-4.

TIGHTENING METAL FASTENERS (continued).

Table H-3. TORQUE RANGES

STATED RANGE

MOST EFFECTIVE RANGE

0-600 ft-lb

150-450 ft-lb

0-170 ft-lb

44-131 ft-lb

15-75 ft-lb

30-60 ft-lb

H-5.

FASTENER SlZE AND THREAD PATTERN.

Threaded fasteners are categorized accordingto diameter of the fastener shank. Thread styles are divided into broad groups, the two most common being coarse (Unified Coarse-UNC)and fine (Unified Fine-UNF). These groups are defined by the number of threads per inch on the bolt shanks. In addition, threads are categorized by thread class (Table H-4), which is a measure of the degree between threads of bolt or screw (external threads) and threads of the attaching nut or tapped hole (internalthreads of the attaching nut or tapped hole) (internalthreads). The most common thread class for bolts and screws is Class 2.

-

-

-

-

-

- -

Table H-4. THREAD CLASSES AND DESCRIPTION

EXTERNAL

INTERNAL

INTERNAL

1A

1B

LOOSE FIT

2A

28

MEDIUM FIT

3A

3B

CLOSE FIT

NOMINAL SlZE 1-

NO. THREADSIINCH ,+ 1

THREAD SYMBOL THREAD CLASS

I

I

I

314

I

1

I

I

I

10

1

I

I

4

I

I

UNC

2~

NOTE:

Unless followed with -LH (e.g. 314-10 UNC-2A-LH), threads are right-hand.

-

LENGTH

(BOLT SHANK)

1

NOMINAL DIAMETER

LENGTH

I

1

LENGTH

1

HEIGHT

OF NUT

H-6.

FASTENER GRADE.

In addition to being classified by thread type, thread fasteners are also classified by material. The most familiar fastener classifica~onsystem is-the SAE grading system (Table H-5).

I

Table H-5. SAE SCREW AND BOLT MARKINGS

I

SCREWS

I

BOLTS

SAE GRADE 2 NO MARKING

SAE GRADE 6 4 RADIAL DASHES 90" APART

SAE GRADE 3 2 RADIAL DASHES 180" APART

SAE GRADE 7 5 RADIAL DASHES 72" APART

SAE GRADE 5 3 RADIAL DASHES 120" APART

SAE GRADE 8 6 RADIAL DASHES 60" APART

GRADE A - No Marks GRADE B - 3 Marks GRADE C - 6 Marks

Markings on Hex Locknuts

GRADE A - No Marks GRADE B - Letter B GRADE C - Letter C

GRADE A - No Notches GRADE B - One Notch GRADE C - Two Notches

H-5/(H-6 blank)

APPENDIX I LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Paragraph

Page

Number

ParagraphTitle

Number

1-1

General

1-1

1-2

Specific

Lubrication Instructions

1-1

1-1.

GENERAL.

-

NOTE

These instructionsare MANDATORY.

a. The water tank trailer must receive lubricationwith approvedlubricantsat recommended intervalsin orderto be mission-readyat all times.

b. The KEY (p. 1-2) lists lubricantsto be used in all temperature ranges and shows the intervals.

c. The Lubrication Chart (p. 1-3) shows lubrication points, names to be lubricated, the required lubricant, and recommendedintervalsfor lubrication. Any special lubricatinginstructionsrequiredfor specific componentsare contained in the NOTES section of the chart.

d. Recommended intervals are based on normal conditions of operation, temperature, and humidity. When operatingunderextremeconditions,lubricantsshouldalwaysbechangedmorefrequently. When indoubt,notify your supervisor.

1-2.

SPECIFIC LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS.

a. Keep all lubricantsin aclosed containerand store in aclean, dry placeaway from extremeheat. Keepcontainer covers clean and do not allow dust, dirt, or other foreign material to mix with lubricants. Keep all lubrication equipment clean and ready for use.

b. Maintaina recordof lubricationperformedand report any problemsnotedduring lubrication. Referto DA Pam 738-750for maintenance forms and proceduresto recordand reportany findings.

WARNING

Wipe excess lubricantfrom the area of brakeshoeliningsto preventgreasefrom soaking the linings. If brakeshoe linings becomesoaked, have Unit maintenance replacethem. Failure to follow this warning may cause brakes to malfunction, resulting in serious injury or death to personnel.

c. Keep brakeshoe linings and all external parts of equipment not requiring lubrication free of lubricants. After lubrication, wipe off excess oil or grease to prevent accumulation of foreign matter.

1-2.

SPECIFIC LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS (continued).

e. After operation in mud or in sandy or dusty conditions, clean and 'inspect all points of lubrication for fouled lubricants. Change lubricants as required.

On Condition (OC) intervals shall be determined by the Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) laboratory and shall apply unless otherwise notified. Hard-time intervalswill apply in the event AOAP support is unavailable.

WARNING

Drycleaningsolvent PF05 istoxicand flammable. Always wear protectivegoggles and gloves,and useonly inawell-ventilatedarea. Avoid contactwith skin,eyes, and clothes, and DO NOT breathevapors. DO NOT use near open flame or excessive heat.

Cleanallfittings and areas aroundlubricationpointswith drycleaningsolvent (Item 12,Appendix F) or equivalent, before lubricating equipment. After lubrication, wipe off excess oil or grease to prevent an accumulation of foreign matter.

LUBRICANT

INTERVAL

OE/HDO0S\

FaucetBox Covers (see Note 1)

\

\

INTERVAL

-- --

S

Covers (see Note 1 ) \ \ I N T E R V A L --

OUHDO

Release Handle (see Note 2)

S

E R V A L -- -- S OUHDO Release Handle (see Note 2) S OEIHDO

OEIHDO

HandbrakeLever

Assemblies

(see Note3)

MAN-HOURS *

S l OUHDO ManholeCover

(seeNote4)

* The man-hour time specified is the time you need to do all the services prescribed.

LUBRICANTS

- KEY -

EXPECTED TEMPER

lNTERVALS

S - Semiannual

Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Tactical Service

* For arctic operation refer to FM 9-207.

NOTES:

1. FAUCET BOX COVERS. Lubricate hinges (4) and

swivel bases (3) of faucet box cover (1) and faucet

cover latch (2) sparingly with lubricating oil (Item 21,

box

~endixF).

0

3. HANDBRAKE LEVER ASSEMBLIES. Lubricate all linkages (7),hinges (1O),and latches (8)of both handbrake lever assemblies (9) with lubricatin~loil (Item 21. endix F).

.

.

-

Lubricate pivot points (5) on

release handle (6) sparingly with lubricating oil (Item 21,

2. RELEASE HANDLE.

4. MANHOLE COVER. Lubricate hinges (12) on manhole cover (11) sparingly with lubricating oil (Item 21, Appendix F).

Subject

Additional AuthorizationList Adjustable Caster Assembly Repair Adjustment. HandbrakeLever Assembly Adjustment. Service Brake Replacement and AdministrativeStorage Care of Equipment in Definitionof Preparation of Equipmentfor Removal of Equipmentfrom Airchamber Replacement Air Filter Assembly Repair Air Lines. Hoses. and Fittings Replacement

Basic Issue Items Bleeding Hydraulic Brake System Brakedrum Repair Bulletins

Care of Equipment in Administrative Storage ChassisWiring Harness Repair ChassisWiring Harness Replacement

Cleaning Instructions

Cold. Extreme. Operation in CommonTools and Equipment Components.Common. Proceduresfor Components.Major Components of End Item and Basic Issue Items Lists CompositeStoplight-TaillightReplacement Controlsand Indicators Corrosion Preventionand Control CouplingTrailerto Towing Vehicle Cross Axle Replacement

Page

GI

4-73

4-81.5.1

A-2

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Data. Equipment Data Plates and Decal Replacement Data Plates, Location and Contents of Decal Replacement Destructionof Army MaterielTo Prevent Enemy Use Diagrams,Wiring DirectSupportand GeneralSupportMaintenance Drawbar Ringand SafetyChain Replacement Dusty or Sandy Areas, Operation in

ElectricalSystem Maintenance EquipmentCharacteristics.Capabilities.and Features Equipment.CommonTools and EquipmentData EquipmentImprovementRecommendations Expendable and Durable ItemsList

 

H-1

Fasteners.Torque Values for Faucet Box Assembly Repair

4-90

FenderAssembly Replacement

4-88

FieldManuals

A-1

2-22

Fording Forms

A- 1

General PMCSProcedures

2-4, 4-3

HandbrakeCableAssembly Replacement Handbrake LeverAssembly Adjustment HandbrakeLeverAssembly Replacement Handling. Safety. Care. and Hoses and FaucetsReplacement Humidity, High, Operation in HydraulicLines, Hoses. and Fittings Replacement Hydraulic Brake System. Bleeding

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Page

Illustrated List of Manufactured Items Indicators.Controlsand Inspection Instructions Installation Water Chiller lnstructions Cleaning Inspection Lubrication Repair Servicing Towing Intervals.Service IntervehicularCable Replacement

LampReplacement

4-28

LeakageDefinitions

2-5

Location and

Description of Major Components

1-4

Location and Contents of Data Plates

16

LubricationInstructions

1-1

Maintenance DirectSupport and GeneralSupport

51

Forms. Records.and Reports

1-1

Functions

B-1

Tire andTube Unit MaintenanceAllocation Chart Major Components. Location and Description of MalfunctionIndex.Troubleshooting ManholeCover Repair Manuals. Field Manuals.Technical Manufactured Items. Illustrated List of MasterCylinderandAirbrake ChamberReplacement Mudand Snow. Operationin

4-81

Subject

0

Page

Operation In Dusty or Sandy Areas In Extreme Cold In Extreme Heat In High Humidity and Saltwater Areas In Mud and Snow UnderUnusualConditions Under UsualConditions OperatorICrew Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) for the MI 112

Operator/CrewTroubleshooting

OperatorMaintenance

Parts.Repair PMCSProcedures.General PMCS Procedures. Specific Preparationfor Storage or Shipment Preparationof Equipmentfor Administrative Storage Preparationof Equipmentfor Shipment PreventiveMaintenanceChecks and Services (PMCS) OperatorlCrew Unit Publications

Quality Assurance

Q

Radius Rod Repairand Adjustment References ReflectorsReplacement RelayValve Replacement Repair Adjustable Caster Assembly Air Filter Assembly Air Lines, Hoses, and Fittings Brakedrum ChassisWiring Harness Faucet Box Assembly IntervehicularCable

1-2

Subject

R (continued)

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Water Tank Body Repair Instructions Repair Parts Repair Parts and Special Tools List Repair Parts; Special Tools; Test. Measurement.and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE); and Support Equipment Repairs.Reporting Replacement Air Chamber ChassisWiring Harness CompositeStoplight-Taillight Cross Axle Decaland Data Plates Drawbar Ringand SafetyChain Fender Assembly HandbrakeCableAssembly HandbrakeLeverAssembly Hoses and Faucets Hydraulic Lines, Hoses, and Fittings Lamp ManholeCover MasterCylinder andAirbrake Chamber Reflectors Relay Valve ShockAbsorber Spring Assembly SuspensionBracket Tire Assembly Walking Beam Water Tank Body Wheel Cylinder Reports. Maintenance Forms. Records.and

SafetyCare. and Handling Safety. Work SaltwaterAreas. Operationin Service Intervals Service Brake Replacementand Adjustment Servicing Instructions Shipment, Preparation of Equipment for ShockAbsorber Replacement Special Tools, TMDE, and Support Equipment Specific PMCS Prodedures SpringAssembly Replacement Storageor Shipment, Preparationfor

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S (continued)

Support Equipment. SpecialsTools. TMDE and Suspension BracketReplacement

Tagging Wires and Hoses TechnicalManuals Tire Assembly Replacment Tire and Tube Maintenance Tool and Test EquipmentRequirements Torque Values for Threaded Fasteners Towing Instructions Towing Vehicle, CouplingTrailer to Towing Vehicle, UncouplingTrailer from TroubleshootingProcedures,OperatorJCrew TroubleshootingProcedures,Unit TroubleshootingMalfunctionIndex Troubleshooting,OperatorICrew

UncouplingTrailer fromTowing Vehicle Unit PreventiveMaintenanceChecks and Services (PMCS) UnitTroubleshooting UnusualConditions,OperationUnder UsualConditions,OperationUnder

Walking BeamReplacement WarningSummary Warranty Information Water Tank Body Replacement Repair WaterTank, Operating Water Chiller Installation Wheel CylinderReplacement Wires and Hoses, Tagging WiringDiagrams Work Safety

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THE METRIC SYSTEM AND EQUIVALENTS

LINEAR MEASURE

1 Centimeter = 10 Millimeters= 0.01 Meters = 0.3937 Inches

1 Meter = 100 Centimeters= 1000 Millimeters= 39.37 Inches

1 Kilometer = 1000 Meters = 0.621 Miles

WEIGHTS

1 Gram = 0.001 Kilograms= 1000 Milligrams= 0.035 Ounces

1 Kilogram= 1000 Grams = 2.2 Lb.

1 ~etricTon = 1000 Kilograms = 1 Megagram = 1.1 Short Tons

LIQUIDMEASURE

1 Milliliter = 0.001 Liters = 0.0338 Fluid Ounces

1 Liter = 1000 Milliliters = 33.82 Fluid Ounces

SQUARE MEASURE

1 Sq. Centimeter = 100 Sq. Millimeters = 0.155 Sq. Inches 1 Sq. Meter = 10,000 Sq. Centimeters= 10.76 Sq. Feet 1 Sq. Kilometer = 1.000.000 Sq. Meters = 0.386 Sq. Miles

CUBIC MEASURE

1 Cu. Centimeter = 1000 Cu. Millimeters = 0.06 Cu. Inches 1 Cu. Meter = 1,000,000 Cu. Centimeters= 35.31 Cu. Feet

TEMPERATURE

519 ("F .32) = "C 212' Fahrenheit is

equivalent to 100" Celsius

90" Fahrenheit is equivalent to 32.2" Celsius

32" Fahrenheitis equivalent to 0" Celsius

APPROXIMATE CONVERSION FACTORS

TO CHANGE

TO

MULTIPLY BY

Inches

Centimeters

2.540

Feet

Meters

0.305

Yards

Meters

0.914

Miles

Kilometers

1.609

Square Inches

Square Centimeters

6.451

Square Feet

Square Meters

0.093

Square Yards

Square Meters

0.836

Square Miles

Square Kilometers

2.590

Acres

Square Hectometers

0.405

Cubic Feet

Cubic Meters

0.028

Cubic

Yards

Cubic Meters

0.765

Fluid Ounces

Milliliters

29.573

Pints

Liters

0.473

Quarts

Liters

0.946

Gallons

Liters

3.785

Ounces

Grams

28.349

Pounds

Kilograms

0.454

Short Tons

Metric Tons

0.907

Pound-Feet

Newton-Meters

1.356

Pounds per Square Inch

Kilopascals

6.895

Miles per Gallon

Kilometers per Liter

0.425

Miles per Hour

Kilometers per Hour

1.609

TO CHANGE

TO

MULTIPLY BY

Centimeters

Inches

0.394

Meters

Feet

3.280

Meters

Yards

1.094

Kilometers

Miles

0.621

Square Centimeters

Square Inches

0.155

Square Meters

Square Feet

10.764

Square Meters

Square Yards

1.196

Square Kilometers

Square Miles

0.386

Square Hectometers

Acres

2.471

Cubic

Meters

Cubic Feet

35.315

Cubic Meters

Cubic Yards

1.308

Milliliters

FluidOunces

0.034

Liters

Pints

2.1 13

Liters

Quarts

1.057

Liters

Gallons

0.264

Grams

Ounces

0.035

Kilograms

Pounds

2.205

Metric Tons

Short Tons

1.102

Newton-Meters

Pound-Feet

0.738

Kilopascals

Pounds per Square Inch

0.145

Kilometers per Liter

Miles per Gallon

2.354

Kilometers per Hour

Miles per

Hour

0.621

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