Unusual Crank

A home owner from USA says:
I am looking for a white crank with unusual characteristics--the handle itself is straight, and the small "stub" that a person would hold while turning the crank to open the window seems to be upside down from all the others on your website.

The hole the window mechanism fits into measures 8.35mm, or around .328". I can't tell if I'm on the top of the teeth, or in the grooves, but I'll bet you can figure it out from there...smile.

This crank is from a "egress window" in the basement. It is not a casement window, but operates in a similar way.

Can you help?

TIA for your assistance.


User submitted a photo of a window operator handle.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
We don't this exact crank handle, but we have one that might work for you. Take a look at our 39-375 and 39-376. These handles have a 11/32" spline which is close to your .328 spline hole.
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