are cush shoe supports for falcon closers

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For LCN Cast Iron Closers it is (1 3/4") wide, (1 1/2") tall and (1 1/2") deepFor LCN Alum body Closers it is (2") wide, (1 1/2") tall and (1 1/2") deepSee HERE The center to center hole ...
It would be unnecessary to use the CNS/Cush arm and the Glynn Johnson overhead devices in the same application, both mechanisms stop the door.
Cam Lift hinges can only be used with LCN door closers that have a "Regular" style arm.     Manual Closers: Maximum lift dimension is 3/4". Can not be use EDA, CUSH, or Track Arm do...
The 4110 Cush closer can be templated for 85°, 90°, 100°, and 110° maximum as standard templates. The 4110 if ordered by ST-3220 will allow templating to 135°
EDA ARM - The EDA arm is a heavy duty parallel arm mount.  The degree of door opening is determined by the template used for mounting. EDA arm closers can only be mounted as a Push Side parallel ar...
STANDARD ROD AND SHOE: 4020, 4031, 1460, 1520, 1370, 1070, 1260, 4640, 4820 is: 8 3/8” LONG ROD AND SHOE: 4020: 4031, 1460, 1520, 1370, 1070, 1260, 4640, 4820 is: 12 3/8” STANDARD ROD AND SHOE: ...
BSS means - Blade Stop Spacer.  A -61 for example would be used after the series of the closer being used. CSS means - Cush Shoe Support. A -30 for example would be used after the series of the cl...
The design change went into effect on 6-16-2011.  The stop is now removable and can be changed from one side of the shoe to the other, which makes it a non-handed arm.  All arms are shipped standar...
This engineering change did affect the templating of the closer. The stop in the shoe is slightly larger than the original handed cush shoe. The new non-handed arm template locates the closer and s...