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Unread 11-18-2008, 09:01 AM   #1
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Where can I get a bolt and pitch gauge?

Ive been looking all over online and cant seem to find the type im looking for. Im looking for the type that is made out of a sheet of plastic with the holes in it for the bolt sizes and it has the actual nuts imbedded in the plastic so you can thread the bolt into them to check for course thread, fine thread etc

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This help any: http://www.systemsstore.com/SS/Threadchecker.pdf
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It took some searching around for a while to find the price http://www.systemsstore.com/Merchant...tegory_Code=TC
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It took some searching around for a while to find the price http://www.systemsstore.com/Merchant...tegory_Code=TC
Hmm...I might look into getting one of those; as of right now I use the little tool from my tap & die set (kind of like a feeler gauge but the blades have the teeth) but that would probably be easier.
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They are fine at home, but the feeler guage type are much more portable and easy to use once you get used to them.
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Caterpillar sells them. SAE part number 250-6865. Metric part number 250-6866.
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Here in Canada, a place like Fastenal has them.
I've seen them in any 'FASTENER' style store. Edmonton Fasteners, H Paulins, are one here in Edmonton.

Good luck with that, sorry cant be more help!!

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