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I have an old floor furnace which needs two control stocks to turn on gas valve and gas flow. But I could not find this 30 inches long and quater inch square stick in any store. Could you tell me where I may find these sticks ?

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You will find what you need at a machine shop. They have square keyway rods in stock. They will cut to any length. Rus

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