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    Default Re: Parts needed for a Kern U Sohne (By: Tunderer)


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    Default Re: Parts needed for a Kern U Sohne (By: sjaffe)

    maybe this

    Jahresuhren / Homepage

    could help.
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    Default Crown Pediment for a GB (By: John Hubby)

    I am looking for a crown / pediment for this GB.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: Laird)

    What would it look like? The pediments on my GBs vary somewhat.

    Kurt

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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: KurtinSA)

    Like this one - borrowed from a pic kindly posted by Pollythecat.

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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: Laird)

    I'm not that familiar with all the variations, but I have something that has a similar looking bridge with 52mm between hole centers but the finials aren't that "fancy". Not to mention that two of the finials are broken off.

    Kurt

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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: KurtinSA)

    Thank you.
    From your description, it sounds like the condition is not as good as I would like so I think I will hold off and continue looking.
    I appreciate you taking the trouble to respond.

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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: Laird)

    Looking for a C-suspension piece plus fasteners for a JUF crystal regulator. It's the backwards C-looking time in the picture...sorry a little blurry. I might have to get someone to make one, but thought I'd check to see if there's one in someone's spare parts bin.

    Thanks...Kurt
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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: KurtinSA)

    You can buy a replacement on eBay; search for "special suspension block". The seller (not me, I should add)
    sells a variety of replica parts and they are of good quality.
    Si non caste, tamen caute...

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    Default Re: Crown Pediment for a GB (By: Ingulphus)

    Thanks...I was directed to a seller in Australia. Seems like they're good reproduction parts. Now to dust off my PayPal account!!

    Kurt

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