We offer the 33-272, which is a combination decimal/fractional scale tape rule. It is 12' long and 1/2" wide. The decimal scale (10th's of an inch) is printed on the bottom half of the blade and the fractional scale (16th's of an inch) is printed on the top half of the blade.
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