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(Your gauge may be reading incorrectly, or there may be another scale factor involved. Above I have used kgf and lbf for kilogram-force and pound-force. Technically a kilogram is a unit of mass not force.)
That's only a little different than what I worked out myself... what messed me up was that you can't just convert cm2 to inches2 as a straight area conversion... since it's pressure, the value will DECREASE as opposed to increasing...
And yes, I always thought it was strange that kilos would be used as a wieght/pressure, when it, by definition, is a MASS measurement, and doesn't change whether you are on earth of the moon!
I don't know... I'm drunk now.
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