I.D. Vintage Chromed IH Refrigerator 90 Degree Clips with Boxes - Partial Part Number

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  1. pumpkin

    pumpkin Farmall Cub

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    I am trying to I.D. these IH parts that were stored in a 1950s-1960s tool box that contained mostly refrigerator parts and repair tools. Its likely they are also refrigerator parts; however, this is farm country so they could easily be truck or farm equipment parts.

    They are about 1 7/16" long and chromed. The two boxes appear to have part numbers which start "410109". Following these numbers are a hyphen and two or three unknown characters (R8, maybe R1, 181, etc.). 410109-R8 is the best guess so far and hasn't turned up on Google yet.

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    a87ss305 Farmall Cub

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    I think I can answer your question. I recently picked up a IH freezer in Denver Colorado and it's door catch looks just like what you have (see pics). I would not have recognized it if I hadn't have removed the big black plastic piece that normally covers the screw hole. Since getting this freezer I've been researching online and have seen very few that look like this one. Most other IH freezers have a wide horizontal handle. This model has a slim vertical handle. I think your catch is probably unique to this style handle and not very common. Not sure of the model of my freezer, hopefully someone can help me with that.
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