---- Peter C <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have been most successful by using a Go-NoGo technique.
> If the clearance should be .015" then a .014: will "Go" and
> a .016" will "No-Go". Eliminates the "feel" factor.
Back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth and I was a VW technician, the go/no-go
gauge was a standard tool in my toolbox. I had a handy blade holder that
contained the two most popular sizes - no muss, no fuss.
See this item:
Spitfires and a TR6 (and a VW, too)
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