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Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, and children of all ages:

For those of us with the awful habit of restoring vintage equipment and who often have a hard time finding these, they fit Dynaco and similar devices.

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Update: These fit as-found in a latter day SCA-80Q. I had to file them down a little bit to fit into an SCA-35. Fastener spacing is dead-on, and there is plenty of clearance inside in both cases.

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