Determine the dimension, Physics

The control lever is subject to a clockwise moment of P26 N.m exerted by its shaft at A and is designed to operate with a force of P27 N.  The resultant of the couple and the force passes through A. Determine the dimension of x rounded to the nearest mm.

The dimension of x rounded to the nearest mm is:

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