Broken Awning window crank

A home owner from Englewood, FL says:
My window crank from my 1960s vintage awning windows(Photo1) The numbers inside the crank body are: AT.No. 198202 U.S.
RD.1963.CAN
Dimensions are very close, I have put them in White on a copy of your dimension photo(Photo2) As noted, the length of the 1 arm and the hole are the only difference.

Photos 3, 4 & 5 are just different views of the crank.
I think I could make this part, Crossly Window Crank, Product Code: 39-056 work but wondered if you had anything closer to my existing crank.

Thanks for your help, Doug Whitley
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Casey from SWISCO responded:
Hello. I agree that the 39-056 is similar to your original operator. We also carry the 39-056 Crossly crank with similar style and dimensions to yours. The length of the link arm can normally be compensated by the play in the linkage that these box operators tend to have but the hole in the link arm for the shoulder screw does need to be precise. Take a look and let us know if you have any other questions.
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