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12-18-2004 07:25 PM
Iwanttolearn Thanks for the link, although it only has km/mile and temperature.
I will print them out though, I know they will come in handy soon.
12-18-2004 06:45 PM
Kevin45 Here you go. You can download and print different conversion tables HERE

12-16-2004 05:46 PM
Iwanttolearn oh, great idea. I will look into the machine shop in town to see if they could help me out. Thanks!!
12-16-2004 08:50 AM
DesmoDog A lot of industrial or engineering firms have pocket sized booklets that have a huge amount of conversions in them, more than I'd like to see on a chart...

I've got a couple of them in my desk, they've come from different suppliers. Maybe a local machine shop or something like that could help you out?
12-13-2004 06:55 PM
Iwanttolearn Thats a good link if you have a computer in your garage. I don't have a computer in my garage, is there any places I can print out a full chart with conversions simular to that?

Thanks for posting the link though!
12-13-2004 05:09 PM
Conversion Tables

Hey everyone! I was looking around and found a lot of people that need help converting stuff, like inches to centimeters, ounces to gallons etc.....

So, I figured I would post this link:

It has all kinds of conversions and is really easy to use....


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