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motofool33

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Got my Lathe up and Running, but trying to Locate a simple knob to put on the Square shaft that is the Electrical on Switch.

Anyone know of a place that would carry these or a better search terminology then Plastic Knob, google that and you'll be surprised.

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I was able to get a new switch (I assume your talking about the red (out is on) switch) from Enco about 10 years ago. Mine was broken when I bought the lathe (used).
 

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Grizzly 4003g manual will give you the name of the part. Many of the parts are the same depending on the age of your machine. I would guess that any of the front panels switches should be close enough...
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