Yeah, I know you can roughly double it, but what I mean is that I always have to "translate" kilos to pounds before I can get a sense of the weight. It's like if someone tells me, "I'm losing weight! I'm down to 72 kilos!" I have no idea what that means until I do the math in my head to pounds. It's like someone who speaks a second language but not well enough to "think" in that language, if you know what I mean.The rakox is basically a mammalian Triceratops. The name is a pun — rack (as in rack of antlers) + ox.
1 kg is 2 lb, that's the easiest way to think of it. You'll be about 10% off, but it's good enough for a rough estimate. And 1 ton is 1 ton is 1 ton, or at least that's close enough for eyeballing, whether you're talking metric or English units (or long or short tons).