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    switch guards

    hello all,
    can you please tell me where can i buy these switch guards ????



    i am in need of 7 pieces/3 pieces and 5 pieces

    thanks in advance
    stelios from GREECE

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    You can get the first one here for $2 US: http://www.bpbsurplus.com/lc/cart.ph...ategory_id=325

    I've never seen the second one, and for the third one, I made my own. The only place on the 727 that third one is used is around the windshield washer fluid buttons and a lot of those are deactivated.
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    thanks for the quick reply .....
    but it is out of stock from the link you gave me
    thanks anyway

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    In that case you can make them yourself from 1/16" aluminum. I did the same for my home-grown Sperry AP before I bought the real model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hessel Oosten View Post

    Dear Hessel ,
    thanks for the link....
    i will bid....
    how about the other two switch types ???

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