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Ramelson - Mortise Marking Gauge

$13.99

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Make consistent, accurate, parallel lines with this handy Mortise Marking Gauge from U J Ramelson. The mortise gauge is made of polished hardwood with brass contact points and locking thumbscrew. ...

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Make consistent, accurate, parallel lines with this handy Mortise Marking Gauge from U J Ramelson. The mortise gauge is made of polished hardwood with brass contact points and locking thumbscrew. The gauge is a heavy-duty tool of commercial-grade quality for any jobsite or workshop for years to come.

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This product ships direct from the manufacturer:

  • Your order will ship in approximately 5 business days.
  • This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
  • Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
  • Ships by USPS within the states, PO Boxes, APO and all US Territories.

Return Information

Contact Customer Service at 800-535-4482 prior to return. All returns require an RGA number. A restocking fee of 10% will be charged for non-defective returns. Returns accepted within 30 days of purchase, customer pays return postage.

Warranty Information

All Ramelson Tools are warrantied against defects in materials and workmanship for 30 days after purchase.

Reviews

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    Does not hold mark

    The pin used to secure the gauge in place for marking just does not hold the gauge in place. A marking gauge that cannot hold its place is unfortunately of absolutely no use. What is a quarter inch at one end will end up being a half inch at the other once the pin begins sliding. Also, the main rod is so poorly finished that as you move the gauge some spots will require a mallet to get the gauge past, and some slide so easily its impossible to advance the screw far enough to even reach the main rod. Useless product.

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