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Mooney Rocker Switch Cover ("ETA" type)
Bad1996 Let me know how it goes/fits
Bad1996 Of course the easiest would be a label maker but the guy that makes these uses a Lazer printer on clear "paper" and applies that to the switch. Seems like he sands and then primes first and then clear coat after letters are glued on.
Bad1996 @TimP How to do the lettering is explained in the link as is the two different switch types. These are probably correct for you.
Bad1996 @TimP Look here for that info. I haven't got any yet but looks like a great thing he is doing. http://mooneyspace.com/topic/11420-rocker-switch-cover-replacements-3d-print-your-own/
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