Potentiometer - Audio, D Shaft, 16mm, Snap-In, Bracket
Starting at: $1.25
Audio. 16mm body size (mini type) Snap-In pot with mounting bracket. D-Shaft ¼", ½" length shaft. 7mm bushing, ¼" bushing length. PC Mount. Nut and washer included
|Resistance||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Body Depth||0.385 in.|
|Body Width||0.77 in.|
|Bushing Length||0.26 in.|
|D-shaft Diameter||0.235 in.|
|D-shaft Width||0.175 in.|
|Metric Thread Major Diameter||7 mm|
|Metric Thread Pitch||0.75 mm|
|Shaft Length||0.53 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||1.6 in. × 1 in. × 0.9 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.02 lbs.|
My Project Lists
Questions and Answers
Click each question to see its answers.
1 answers I need to replace a gain pot in an old Crate CR 65 guitar amp. It is a 50k pc mount. I cant find the original replacement. I can remove the snap in pins which are not needed but mine has a very small shaft and mounting nut. Mounting hole is about 1/4 and the nut appears to be about 11/16 inch. Gain increases in a clockwise direction. Would this fit if I got a larger knob?
Asked by Anonymous on November 18th, 2016. 1 person subscribed to this question
It is really hard to say if this is going to work for you. Please give us a call at: 480-820-5411. We can compare specs and try to find the right pot for you.
1 answers I have a peavey transtube special 212 with a number of bad pots with broken shafts and noisy wipers. do you have the proper pots for this amplifier?
Asked by Anonymous on August 25th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
We simply do not have the resources or reference materials to determine what type of pots you need based on the make and model of your amp.
1 answers Is this a Fender pot?
Asked by Anonymous on February 28th, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
This is not a Fender brand potentiometer, these are simply a generic replacement part.
1 answers How long are the solder legs on this pot?...I'm replacing a PC mount volume control pot on a vintage AM radio, so the height off of the board is important...My existing pot legs are 1/2"....Thanks...
Asked by Anonymous on March 26th, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
They are 0.16" (4mm) long.
Have a question of your own? Ask us now!