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Refurbished Elevator Equipment
by CES on 02/14/19 12:41 AM

I removed this old Deadman switch from a car we tore out during a mod and I refurbished it. It's a piece of history currently on display in my home. Everything is original and it's completely functional however it is no longer in use. I powder coated the exterior for the durability and cleaned plus polished everything else.
Last edited by CES; 02/14/19 12:41 AM.

Love what I do, enjoy the challenge, the elevator industry has made me a much smarter man than I ever would have been.

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#29367 - 06/03/20 12:24 AM Re: Refurbished Elevator Equipment [Re: CES]  
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Very cool. Great job!

#31946 - 10/14/21 01:12 AM Re: Refurbished Elevator Equipment [Re: CES]  
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That looks amazing!

I just tore out an old haughton. I’m still working on it. I will share it when it’s finished…

Great job!


Make good choices,

JKH

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