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Window Crank (Awning)

A home owner from Ft. Myers, Florida says:
Hello, I do not see exactly what I am looking for in your catalog, and was wondering if I send you a picture via the internet with the dimensions of the crank; if you can identify the closet product you have to match. On my crank; the arm that comes off the cog, is what attaches to the window (no hinged part o arm). But, as I said I can send pics with measurements.Thank you for your time.
A home owner from Ft. Myers, Florida says:
Please identify the window crank, from the attached pictures; also please note the gear and the attachment arm are all one piece. This was taken from a functioning window that is identical to the missing window crank.
Customer image of their awning window crank.
The crank is 5 3/4 inches tall and 2" wide at bottom. Gear is 3 inches from bottom of gear to top of arm. Thank you for your time.

Joanne W.
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Dave from SWISCO responded:
Joanne, I don't see the forearm. Is there a forearm still attached to your window? Take a look at our selection of operators on line. Look at our 39-054 in particular, it could be the match for you window.
A home owner from Fort Myers says:
Dave, as I tried to explain, the picture is a working crank I removed from a working window, a different window than I need the crank for but; the exact same model window. There is no forearm required for this model. So there is no forearm, do you have any cranks with no forearm? This home was built in 1962 in South Florida. The picture is of a working crank.
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Donna from SWISCO responded:
Looks like an old Tucker Heavy-Duty awning operator. We can supply, it will have a newer casting but will still be heavy duty. I will contact you with a custom ordering link.
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