CUSH SHOE SUPPORT

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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 ...
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...
A 4110 with AVB (advance variable back check) would be recommended. Using a SCUSH (Spring Cush) arm will also help minimize shock to all door hardware.
The 1460 Regular Arm part numbers are: Regular Arm -- 1460-3077 or 1460-3077L for long arm (must specify finish). Regular Arm with PA -- 1460-3077PA (must specify finish). Regular Hold Open Ar...
The dead stop post would need to be removed and the 4040/4040XP EDA mounting template for 180° would be followed.
The 4040/4040XP closer mountings have the following maximum opening degree templating: The 4040/4040XP PA "Regular Arm" mount will allow for 180° max. opening. The 4040/4040...