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Wood/Steel gauge/component?
Posted By Views Date Posted
Unregistered 9042 December 13, 1901
Price Paid Condition
$2.00 Good
Old_Gauge

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Description: This device measures 8-3/4 inches not including the movable pointer which is 8 inches long. The fork on the end measures 1-3/4 long and 9/16 inch wide and has lateral groves that look designed to grip something it is pushed onto. The pointer's pivot-point can be moved along the length of the device. The numbers 2(space)34 and 10(space)43 appear on one prong of the fork.
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