Thanks.... and I'm with you on the dislike of the wire versions. But I'm looking for the blade type. Not a fan of the tapering washer style. I've got an older set that's been in my toolbox for over three decades, but thought I might replace them with something cleaner and newer. Realistically, all I really need is .22, 23, and .24 since I'm running a EC tune. I need to be less fussy about the wider range of thicknesses, and if I focus on that smaller range I know I saw some on Amazon that fit the bill.Hi Cal, this is what I use to check/set spark plug gaps: ok to use it to open gaps, you can use the tool you just ordered to close the gap. (As @azzura does, I just tap the outside electrode on my bench vise, gently, to close the gap. A bit crude, I suppose, but I cannot recall ever having damaged a plug this way). I prefer the tapered coin type gap gauge over the wire type, easy to use - just slide the taper along to find the gap measure and the small hole to open up the gap. I find it is easy to damage the fine center electrodes with the wire types, esp. if you get careless. Google "Champion CT-481 spark plug gap tool" to find them for sale online - cheap, about $5 or less, available from Walmart, e-bay, parts stores, etc. Best, s.