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    Does anyone have a chart that shows what metric gouge size corresponds to the equivilent gouge in inches? ???

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    Re: metric vs. English measurements for gouges

    http://www.google.com/ Go to this site and type in convert metric to inches.You should find what you want.

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      Re: metric vs. English measurements for gouges

      2.54 cm = 25.4 mm = 1'

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        Re: metric vs. English measurements for gouges

        when you know the size in mm multiply it by 0.04 to convert to inches. When you know the size in inches multiply it by 25.4 to convert to mm.

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          Re: metric vs. English measurements for gouges

          I kind of round things off:
          6 mm = 1/4' or vice versa
          It ain't exact, but close enough for what it's for and elminates all the decimal places

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