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#1 2011-01-10 19:00:46

Peter Forster
From: UK
Registered: 2006-09-06
Posts: 866

'filler gauge' for 'feeler gauge'

With a feeler gauge you can determine the size of a small gap. A filler gauge would work in exactly the same way – when a blade fills the gap the information on the blade tells you how big the gap is:

First of all , its a Filler gauge, not “FEELER GAUGE”. ...

then clean the points with emery cloth and adjust the gap with a filler gauge.

.. look up the gap and u need a flat head and a 10 mm. and u wanna just loosen or tighten so so the filler gage moves freely not to loose or tight.

i have a 1985 honda civic and the valves need adjusting with a filler gage but i do not no what to set them on.



#2 2011-01-11 01:13:32

David Bird
From: Montréal, QC
Registered: 2009-07-28
Posts: 1251

Re: 'filler gauge' for 'feeler gauge'

The return voyage is possible though not as picturesque as a filler gauge.

I have a writer’s guidelines page and I occassionally send out fillers for new content.
Maintaining a web page

You have to hit the pavement and put out fillers that will draw customers to your business.
Building a business

They appear to mean placing small “fillers”, meaning notices, messages or advertising, for filling space and minds.



#3 2011-01-11 01:37:03

From: Mexico
Registered: 2007-10-12
Posts: 1812

Re: 'filler gauge' for 'feeler gauge'

First of all , its a Filler gauge, not “FEELER GAUGE”. ...

The capitalization makes me wonder if “Filler” is a last name, and this is an Annie Lehmann. Τhere is a strongly established pattern of such names (inventors’ or manufacturers’ names) attached to specialized tools (e.g. a Stilson wrench, an Allen wrench, ...).
(The past tense of the name would perhaps be Fuller, as in Brush Man.)

*If the human mind were simple enough for us to understand,
we would be too simple-minded to understand it* .

(Possible Corollary: it is, and we are .)



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