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1/2 inch Non-tilt Channel Balance with Ends Attached

Part Number: 60001-10-20-B220
LENGTH OF METAL CHANNEL: - 10" / 20 / B, 2, 20
STAMPED NUMBER: - 10" / 20 / B, 2, 20
WEIGHT CODE: - 10" / 20 / B, 2, 20
This item is discontinued and limited to existing inventory.
For sizes not shown here please see 60003.
60003 has stabilizing wings.
60001 did not.
These wings do not affect the function of the window. 
You can cut the wings off if you'd like. 

Non-tilt channel balance with shoes. 
1/2 inch channel balance is the most popular type.

Channel Balance Width: 9/16 inch
Channel Balance Depth: 5/8 inch

The 1/2 inch channel balance has a number that refers to the glass height and window weight.

Select from drop down box:
1. Length of Metal Channel Measure just the metal portion of the channel, do not include the plastic ends.
2. Number - Use The first 2 digits on the balancer The first two numbers are actually the glass size, used by manufacturer. This helps us ID your Channel Balance.
3. Weight code - The second one or two digits, or letter that refers to weight Example: Your balance could be marked as a 2420, 242 or 24B.

Please include, in comments any number or letters on Channel Balance.

Priced and sold each.
This item is discontinued and limited to existing inventory.<br />For sizes not shown here please see&nbsp;<a href="http://www.allaboutdoors.com/1-2-INch-non-tilt-Channel-Balance-with-Shoes" target="_blank">60003</a>.<br />60003 has stabilizing wings.<br />60001 did not.<br />These wings do not affect the function of the window.&nbsp;<br />You can cut the wings off if you'd like.&nbsp;<br /><br />Non-tilt channel balance with shoes.&nbsp;<br />1/2 inch channel balance is the most popular type.<br /><br />Channel Balance Width: 9/16 inch<br />Channel Balance Depth: 5/8 inch<br /><br />The 1/2 inch channel balance has a number that refers to the glass height and window weight.<br /><br />Select from drop down box:<br />1. Length of Metal Channel Measure just the metal portion of the channel, do not include the plastic ends.<br />2. Number - Use The first 2 digits on the balancer The first two numbers are actually the glass size, used by manufacturer. This helps us ID your Channel Balance.<br />3. Weight code - The second one or two digits, or letter that refers to weight Example: Your balance could be marked as a 2420, 242 or 24B.<br /><br />Please include, in comments any number or letters on Channel Balance.<br /><br />Priced and sold each.