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Originally Posted by Ex Pres View Post
Great. So that means I have to buy two tools now before I can determine what my newly acquired 49D takes?
you could borrow a TA tool from a friend. You could also try to determine the exact size with a digital caliper and pitch gauge, but I'd do a go/no-go with the tool anyday before relying on measurements.
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