jalousie window crank

A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
looking for a replacement jalousie window crank. the house was built in 1978 and I would assume the windows are original to the house.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

We might be able to help, but I need a little more information. Can you remove this operator from the window and show me a clear picture from the rear? I want to see the hole pattern on those top and bottom tabs. A side view of its entire link arm removed from the window would also be most helpful. From there I'll do my best to ID what you need. 

A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
Thanks Bob. Just now saw your response. I should be able to remove the crank over the weekend and send you the requested photos.
A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
Bob,
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A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
Bob,
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for getting back to me. See our 39-025. Look it over and see if you think this could work for you.

A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
Is the top hole centered in the housing or offset? mine is offset - see first two photos.
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

The top hole is slightly offset, but to the right. Also see our 39-061, which might be a closer match. Just make sure the hole at the end of the link arm is indeed correct as well. 

A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
Thanks Bob. I check that measurement.
A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
thanks for your help. I will give the 39-061 crank a try.
A quick learner from Clearwater, FL says:
Thanks again for your help. The crank was a perfect match. I am thinking of ordering a couple more since these type of windows are throughout the house. What is the model number for the left hand side?
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Bob from SWISCO responded:

I'm happy to hear that the 39-061 worked out for you! The opposite-handed version of this operator would be the 39-060. Thanks for posting! 

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