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Window lever parts


Happy New year everyone...20220112_103601.jpg ...found this in dad's bits...does anyone know who made it ....



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Found this window lever part made from stainless steel ..does anyone know anything about it .....Nigel ,looking at you kid ...

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brother, if I could I would!

In fact if I could get a penny or two out of a Clayton I'd have to say my work here on earth is done biggrin

Dont know where it came from but looks to be a good idea and I could get them made...how many do you want folks??



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Oh, that's great!

Just wait until I've repaired both of mine. A real pita job, and then offer to re-manufacture them.

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If we are looking at re-manufacture, I would suggest that the brake springs are a better candidate. 

You can repair these castings, but once the "ears" go on the brake springs the whole assembly is a write-off.

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mikerf wrote:

Oh, that's great!

Just wait until I've repaired both of mine. A real pita job, and then offer to re-manufacture them.


 now you know how to do them you could start doing them for us you know Mike biggrin



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Hah! You must be joking, Nigel.

That's not a job I'd be in a hurry to do again.

Actually, repairing the rounded off hole isn't too bad, it's putting all the parts (the spring in particular) together again that's difficult.

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well Avids,

I picked these two up from two different stalls over the weekend as they are always worth having, even if one has a starge (to us) square drive fitting. Anyone know where this might have come from/what car etc?

I'm sure it can be converted; still useful stock.

 

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