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5200th of an inch is equal to what metric? 5600th of an inch is equal to what metric? 1000th of an inch is equal to what metric? This is for spark plug setting.

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.0395 = 1mm

1.1 mm x.0395=.043 That is about what a Ford Spark plug is set at.

.052 gap divided x .0395=1.3mm

Posted on May 02, 2010

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    If you have a round wire gauge,one side is decimal and the other metric

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