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  • Durabin switch bracket assy part number??

    We have one of the first models of durabins , and for the life of me I can not find a part number for the bin switch bracket assembly , have been to amf portal , but all I could find was optical switch , I have welded mine back together many times and would like to get some new ones.

  • #2
    From the parts manual I have it’s

    088 001 094 switch actuator weldment, Durabin 1

    Download the XL &XLI parts manual from the portal. That’s where I got this from

    Peter

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    • #3
      thank you

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ausweegie View Post
        From the parts manual I have it’s

        088 001 094 switch actuator weldment, Durabin 1

        Download the XL &XLI parts manual from the portal. That’s where I got this from

        Peter
        this must be part number for newer durabins , what I needed was , 088 001 606 bin switch bracket and 088 001 608 , switch actuator weldment, posting for some one with older ones like mine

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        • #5
          You must have durabin 2’s then. That part number I gave you was for the Durabin 1. The durabin 1 is one piece not 2.

          Peter

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