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    Default Re: Delrin-AF bushings in wooden movement 7 & 10 year update (By: R. Croswell)

    Bob, I contacted you some 9=10 years ago regarding the use of delrin bushings in a Terry clock the was and is in a Historical home in the Kings Mountain Revolutionary park.
    We made bushings for almost every wheel, front and back. No oil was used in these bushings.
    The clock is still running to this day with no service whatsoever.
    Since then, I have used this material to repair several WW movements without a hitch.

    John
    God started the clock in Gen. 1:13

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    Default Re: Delrin-AF bushings in wooden movement 7 & 10 year update (By: John P)

    That's great to know. It is important to know when others have success (or failure) whit new materials and different methods.

    RC

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