Question about Lufkin Measuring Tools & Sensors
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it has gotten wet, muddy, or sand and grit in it you can spray WD40 in it and slowly move it in and out cleaning it as you go. do not pull it out to far ( no more than 6 inches past 49 1/2 feet. If ytou pull out a tape measure to far it will uncoil the spring and you will either need a replacement refill or just get rid of it and ask Santa for a new one. I have used broken tape blades for "measuring sticks". Simply cut them into 1 or 2 foot sections for hard to reach areas.....Joe
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Hi...sorry for the bad image but if you can make it out ...this tape measure is offered in two types of measurements either Feet/Inches/Eighths or Tenths/Hundredths ...if your father's is off by an inch my guess is that the Lufkin is measuring in Tenths/Hundredths.
Hope this helped!
Here is a better look: http://www.cspforestry.com/Lufkin_1_2_x_100_Hi_Viz_Orange_Fiberglass_Tape_p/lufkin1706.htm
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
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