|Brand||A & E Hand Tools|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.7 x 3.4 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||4450A|
|Manufacturer Part Number||4450A|
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This patented universal spark plug gauge is always at your fingertips by utilizing the pocket-clip feature for your shirt pocket. Full range coverage for all spark plug gapping requirements from .020 inch to .080 inch. This range includes older model vehicles and later model vehicles including those equipped with distributor less ignition systems.
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Turns out that this thing really is accurate. As I slid the calipers up the slope, the tool maintained accuracy within +/- 0.001". Not bad! The only thing I would watch out for is that there are little bumps/imperfections in the metal on the edge of the tool. Though this isn't much of a problem when you're actually measuring a spark plug because the electrode tends to "hook" over these little imperfections when measuring the gap.
The adjustment hole at the end of the tool was very useful for widening the gap. It was easy to make very small adjustments with it because it gives you a lot of leverage so you don't need to press very hard. The only thing this thing is missing is a tool to make the gap smaller. Though I found this was easy to do just by placing the other end of the spark plug down on a table and gently tapping the electrode with a small hammer or wrench.
From the description I didn't know that it also had a metric scale on the opposite side. According to the MFG website catalog the range is .020 to .080 (.60 to 2.00mm).
I didn't receiver one that looked exactly like the one in the picture. Mine is a Lang w/o pocket clip. More than likely you will receive a Lang w/o pocket clip as well. I believe there was a change in manufacturing since the picture was displayed on Amazon's website. See: [...]
-The picture on Amazon's website isn't updated
You could accomplish the same thing with the little round depth gauge and a pair of pliers, but with this tool your risk of damaging the electrode is much reduced, and you get better control over how much the ground electrode is bent. Considering the low price, I think it's worth it.