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  • #2
    1 1/2"=38mm
    1 3/8"=35mm
    3 7/8"=98mm


    • #3

      When I need a conversion from inches to mm, I use an online conversion chart. You enter the inch measurement in decimal form, and get the precise metric equivalent. Here's the one I use: inch/mm CONVERSION CHART

      Hope this is helpful.

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      • #4
        This is another great site.

        Online Conversion - Convert just about anything to anything else
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        • #5
          Another site I use
          Conversion Chart - inches to mm

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