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    Default Cincinnati One Arm Squeegee

    We picked up huge 5x9' Cincinnati one arm squeegee from an auction a few weeks ago. In great condition, everything works and was kept in great shape. Only problem is the unit lacked the set of squeegees. Anyone know of a supplier that still makes these? Or another company that used a similar style squeegee that could fit this?

    The squeegee holder bracket has a 1/2" wide slot with single centered pin to hold it in place. I'm assuming so the squeegee angle pivots to stay flat on screen. If there is an option, we always prefer aluminum squeegees over wood.

    Any info about the company, where to find parts and supplies would be appreciated. From everything I found they must have been out of business for some time now. No website, their phone numbers no longer work...

    -Isaac

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    Ann at Black Swan has one. i think Carlos Hernandez too. Go look at theirs to figure what you need.

    Yeah, they are out of business. AWT might have the handle.
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    Hey, Isaac. PM me if you still need a hand figuring this out. I think I might be able to help. Good luck.

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    really want to make an at the drive in reference to one arm scissor but not quite that clever.

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    Isaac meet Kyle. Kyle meet Isaac. Hope it works out.

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    Ah looks like I can't help ya, I just acquired a one-arm but it's everything-but-a-squeegee-too. And mine's rusted to shit. The holder/assembly fits the same description though.

    This is probably a jabroni question, but couldn't you get it to work just fine with a plain ol' squeegee? It'd be a hack but I imagine it wouldn't take too much effort (and could still look just fine, if you're into that sorta thing).
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    Possibly, I'd rather find the correct squeegee handle to fit the bracket so it works properly. I'm sure they are out there. Just need to track one down.

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    see my post above. Also, go back to the auctioneer and find out where it came from. there is probably a pile of squeegee handles and stuff lying in a corner.

    If you only have a single centre pivot and some bits dangling below that, it's possible you are missing the part that grips the squeegee handle. You should go look at Black Swan's rig so you know what you are trying to find.
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    Sorry Andy, you were not ignored. I have a call into GPI already they are getting back to me.

    At the auction they were selling a bunch of random presses and put all the squeegees together in one auction. Not really thinking about it I didn't bid since I didn't need the majority of the lot...

    I talked to Carlos, hes going to show me his setup so I can figure out exactly whats missing. I might just get the parts fabricated if I can't find a supplier.

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    chase down whoever bought the squeegees. Yours are useless to them.
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    Todo es empezar.

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