How do you measure the thickness of a spring bar?

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    How do you measure the thickness of a spring bar?

    Hello,

    How do you measure the thickness of a spring bar in mm?

    Here's a link to spring bars that are 1.80 mm thick and I found some on ebay that are 2.50 mm thick. I want strong ones but not too thick.

    http://www.thewatchprince.com/s.nl/it.A/id.2766/.f


    Thanks

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    Re: How do you measure the thickness of a spring bar?

    You'll need calipers. A ruler is not accurate enough.

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    Re: How do you measure the thickness of a spring bar?

    Gotcha... thanks.

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