|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.1 x 0.1 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||25025|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
OEMTools 25025 26 Blade Master Feeler Gauge
|Price:||$5.07 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Used to easily measure gap widths
- 26 blades with 3-1/4-inch one-piece handle
- Decimal and metric sizes laser etched on each blade
- Each blade contstructed fo hardened, tempered steel
- Blade protector has thumb notch for easy blade removal
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Blades are clean, straight, and oily. Blades can be removed. Blades are made to inches, but package lists inches and mm.
Guitar shops sell this type of tool for $30. This set was a fraction of the price. The only downside is it comes heavily oiled so you'll need to wipe it down with a paper towel on first use.
For under $5, it seemed like a safe bet to take a chance on, and I snapped one up immediately. Upon opening, the first thing I noticed was..oil. Be warned: The blades come packaged with some form of lubricant between them that I doubt most would want to spread on other surfaces (like the fretboard of your guitar for example). After wiping much of the excess off, I examined the actual tool:
The blades themselves are very well made, easy to read, and are perfect for measuring everything from variances in fret heights (those that are impossible to gauge by eye) to pickup and string height (in order to setup action and neck relief). For those measurements exceeding 0.025"/0.635mm it's a simple matter to add adjacent blades in combination up to a total of 0.328"/8.332mm. This is made possible due to the fact that the first blade on the wheel is actually the .025"/.635mm, allowing gauges to be added progressively from the smallest value up. Perhaps this is obvious, but I did not see it mentioned in the item description, and it does increase its overall usefulness.Read more ›
To their credit, they put the .025" feeler on top and followed with the .0015", .002", and so on. This greatly helps to keep the paper-thin gauges from getting mangled when folding the unit up after use.
pickup. True most motors these days have electronic ignition, and my mechanic told
me I should do that to this old truck motor. However, if you can still find ignition points
(I found them at Autozone) they will still get your motor running, head out on the highway,
and all that. This Great Neck tool was a great buy and a high quality tool. Even with the
shipping cost it was still a pretty good bargain. I will purchase more items from this
Amazon Merchant and will feel okay about it. The seller was very anxious to please
and shipped this tool very fast, which I do appreciate. Thanks again!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really only needed the .012 for guitar setup work, but required tool for getting your guitar action right.Published 5 days ago by K. J.
Used these to check the valves on my KTM RC390. Worked very well.Published 11 days ago by Shane Gumm
Much needed tool for finding end play and this gauge works just like any other.Published 27 days ago by Jerry
Can't live without it! Very handy. Well made and lubricated properly. However, you may need to wear gloves.Published 1 month ago by Keith
Great 'add-on' item. If you need one, this is the place to get it.Published 1 month ago by AZWarmer