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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Dec 14th, 06, 5:35 AM Thread Starter
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1000ft to 1/4 mile conversion?

anyone know if there is an accurate conversion rate like the 1/8 to 1/4 fort rack times?

i googled it and didn't come up with anything significant

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Re: 1000ft to 1/4 mile conversion?

Multiply x 1.2 will get you close, it seems to appear that way on my time slips anyway. 8.70 1000ft x 1.2= 10.44 1/4 mile, hope it helps you a little.
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