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Mitutoyo Bore Gauge set F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by kenpo11cincy, Aug 31, 2011.

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    Like new... Range 5/16 - 6" $100 shipping included


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    Pray tell... how are these used and on what? Perhaps a picture of one of the units out of the plastic holder would tell me more
     
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    These are not bore gauges! They are hole gauges used by machinists and toolmakers. Some people refer to these as snap gauges. They are spring loaded and have a locking device on the handle. You try and tighten them when you are located on the largest part of the I.D. You then measure them with a set of outside micrometers. Not very accurate, they are not designed for precision work. That's what bore gauges are for. And I don't mean "gun bore" when I say bore gauges.

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