What is MKG in torque measurement?

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Don't quote me on this but MKG might be an abbreviation for kilogram-meter which would be the torque generated from a 1 kilogram weight horizontally located 1 meter from the fulcrum. This would be roughly equivalent to 9.8 newton meters of torque or 7.23 ft. lbs.

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