|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.7 x 0.6 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||25025|
|Manufacturer Part Number||25025|
OEMTOOLS 25025 26 Blade Master Feeler Gauge
|Price:||$5.59 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- 26 Hardened, Tempered Steel Blades
- Measures: 0.0015 Inch (0.038 mm) to 0.025 Inch (0.635 mm)
- Chrome Plated Main Shaft for Easy Clean Up and Professional Look
- Each Blade is Laser Etched with Inches and Millimeters
- Blade Protector has Thumb Notch to Aid in Removal of Blades
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This OEMTOOLS 26 Blade Master Feeler Gauge is perfect for measuring gap widths and other vital measurements. Each blade has been laser etched with SAE and Metric sizes and constructed by hardened, tempered steel. This OEMTOOLS Feeler Gauge also features a thumb notch for easy blade removal. Sizes range from 0.0015 Inch (0.038 mm) to 0.025 Inch (0.635 mm)
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Top Customer Reviews
Blades are clean, straight, and oily. Blades can be removed. Blades are made to inches, but package lists inches and mm.
If you're buying this item you probably already know how thin .0015 inches is, but if not: it's really thin. Like paper. The blade in my picture isn't permanently bent or damaged, I just included it to show how "fragile" it is. Just be careful how you handle the thinner blades so you don't bend/rip/damage them.
Other than that, there are 26 different blades which feels like a ton. If you need to use a combination of blades to get your desired thickness, try unscrewing it and putting those blades together to make your life easier. Thankfully there was one in the exact size I needed for my spark plugs so no need to stack more than one blade. Speaking of unscrewing them, it feels like if you use this, you should tighten the screw on the end down after you're finished otherwise it will probably fall out after rolling around in a toolbox. I just loosen it when I need to use it and tighten it back up when I'm done so it doesn't come apart.
I find these types of gauges to be more accurate for gapping spark plugs than the little circular ones, plus it could come in use for countless other projects as well!
Why did I care if it was oily? Because I'm using it on guitars, not automobile parts, and as a general rule I like my guitars to not be oily. Your mileage may vary.