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    Locking Levers - Where in find!!!

    Hi guys!!

    Someone know where i can buy this switches?

    I need 2 and 3 positions for my 737NG overhead.



    Thanks!!!

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    Re: Locking Levers - Where in find!!!

    I'm sure Nick at oncealoft.com will help you out in regards to getting those switches.

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    Re: Locking Levers - Where in find!!!

    I bought a lot of them on ebay one day 12 for 40.00 USD. If you get in a pinch I could send some I guess. Mine are very small, smaller than an average toggle, but do lock in both positions.

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    Re: Locking Levers - Where in find!!!

    Locking toggle switches are made by several companies. The aerospace versions are very, very expensive, but commercial duty switches are available at prices that will not make you scream (too much).

    NKK Switches makes "reasonably" priced units. See: http://www.nkkswitches.com/pdf/stogglesmedcap.pdf Scroll down to the last page for the locking toggle options.

    NKK is carried by DigiKey, Mouser, Allied, etc. For example, see: http://search.digikey.com/scripts/Dk...me=360-1885-ND

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    Re: Locking Levers - Where in find!!!

    Thanks for the support guys!!!

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