I have read this related question: Best Practice for product titles with dimensions, but I felt it didn't deal with complex cases.
My products broadly fall under "Construction Supplies" and as such have various dimensions that describe their fittings, with only a generic name that describes the product.
Some examples below:
Products with simple dimensions:
5/8 inch x 14 inch Machine Bolt
Products with dimension and two measurement standards:
1 1/2 inch Double E Loc- 1.90in OD - 1.5in IPS
Products with related measurement, plus SKU unit of measure:
Cable Pulling Tape 2500lb - 5000ft
9/16 inch Python Rod - 900 feet
Products with dimensions for separate parts:
1.50 inch Replacement Plow Blade Carbide Reamer 0.76 inch Shank
1.75 inch Replacement Plow Blade Carbide Reamer 0.76 inch Shank
When should Fractions vs Decimals be used? Or should it just be consistent?
Should "inch" be spelled out or abbreviated?
The guidelines I've read (including Amazon and the referenced question generally suggest including specific details, like dimensions, last. However for products like the Pulling Tape, there are two measurements: the pulling strength (in pounds) of the tape, plus the length for this SKU. What is the best way to format this?