Awning Arm Operator

A from Portland, OR says:
We are working on rehabilitating the historic wood awning windows at a high school in Portland.
Do you have an awning arm operator with a limiter to replace the existing operator arms and metal stop, which is blowing out the jamb (see attached photos - this occurs on both sides of the windows.

Thank you, Caitlin
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

I'm not sure if we have a part that serves the same function you describe. That said, take a look at the heavy duty hinges we carry like the 36-025HD, 36-028HD, and 36-026HD. See if you could get one of these to help you on your

A professional from Portland, OR says:
Thank you.
Is it possible to adjust the arms so they don't open as far (i.e. 20 degrees, instead of 45)?

Thank you,
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Giving your question another thought. I believe you could drill a hole into the track at the degree you want and install a screw and possibly a washer to act as a stop. That way, you might be able to still use your existing hinge. Just make sure to use a long enough screw so that it will hold securely into the hinge track. You don't want it to be loose and come out defeating it's purpose as a stop.

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