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SWITCHGUARD MS25224-1 (1-HOLE)

$14.50/Each
Part# 11-03917
MFR Model# 8497K1

Overview

Prevents inadvertent operation of the switch. Switch can be operated only when the spring-loaded guard is lifted up. Returning guard to the down position forces the switch lever to the off position. Single-hole type for neck-mount switches such as AN3021 and AN3027. Three-hole type for panel-mounted switches such as AN3023. Color: Red.

Specifications

  • 1-Hole Switchguard: 5/8" W x 1-5/8" L. 1/2" Hole

Reviews

EXCELLENT! Exact Mil spec match to what is already in my aircraft. Positive powerful closing snap. Disregard the other reviews on here that say the size isnt right for a Mil spec toggle switch, It is. It works perfectly, and closes fully. A mil spec toggle should be set to the proper height using the screws to adjust during install. I have these in my aircraft and they are exactly right. No dremel needed. Just set the proper switch height.

Preston
July 10, 2022

Keiji K Verified Purchase

SWITCHGUARD MS25224-1 (1-HOLE)

November 5, 2021

Bad design. Does not cover threaded neck of toggle switch. Dremeled and dremeled but it still looks half-open. Disappointing.

Paul P Verified Purchase

SWITCHGUARD MS25224-1 (1-HOLE)

February 24, 2022

These are supposed to match with the AN3021, not so much. The guard is too narrow for the toggle so in does not really fit over the handle when closed. Looks very unprofessional.

Steve W
January 14, 2019

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