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JEGS Sheet Metal Thickness Gauge Measures 36 gauge to 0 gauge and 0.007" to 0.3125"

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Sheet Metal Thickness Gauge Measures 36 gauge to 0 gauge and 0.007" to 0.3125"
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Sheet Metal Thickness Gauge
  • Measures Thickness from 36 ga. to 0 ga. & 0.007" to 0.3125"
  • 3.25" Overall Diameter
  • Engraved Steel
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    81539 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple to use tool Have a1965 Dodge panel truck that needs a considerable amount of sheet metal work. This sheet metal gauge takes the guess work out of determining the existing metal thickness. Will make metal selection a breeze. Hoping to be cruising in this truck in the near future. Thanks Mr. Jegs for your assistance and great service.
    Date published: 2020-02-26
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