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Missing Thimble screw

I have a Mitutoyo NO. 126-137 SN 6044681 Pitch micrometer.
The end screw to hold on the ratchet thimble is missing.
Where do I get a spare?

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You can most likely get one at a clock repair shop if Mitutoyo won't help you out.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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