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    Default waterbury clock suspension rod

    Hello my steeple clock needs a new suspension rod. The movement says Waterbury co. 6 1/2 inch. any idea where to get one that is already preshaped? or do i have to make one ?...the spring is 1/4" wide and about 1 5/8" long, not to sure about the thickness though. Overall lenght of the spring and rod is 6 1/2"...thanks john

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    Default Re: waterbury clock suspension rod (RE: narrowfarm)

    Narr,

    You will have to make one from a commonalty available blank. .003" spring thickness is good. The spring part may need to be trimmed too. Longer is OK as long as the crutch loop is about 1/4" onto the rod part.

    Willie X
    Last edited by Willie X; 11-14-2011 at 09:56 PM.

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