no-go gage

no-go gage

[′nō ′gō ‚gāj]
(engineering)
A limit gage designed not to fit a part being tested; usually employed with a go gage to set the acceptable maximum and minimum dimension limits of the part.
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Although there are cases where an oversize threaded hole is actually too large peripherally, the real problem usually is that the tooth space is too wide and permits the no-go gage to enter the hole.