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    Need help identifying replacement suspension spring

    I ordered three different types of springs from timesavers.com. [To avoid the "small-order" fee, I also got some parts for a Jefferson "Golden Hour" clock -- unfortunately, blind ordering as the clock is at my winter home, so not sure if I've ordered all the necessary parts.] When they arrived...
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    Need help identifying replacement suspension spring

    Excellent, I'll do that! Thanks very much, this has been extremely helpful. The wonderful fellow who re-conditioned the clock when I inherited it around 6 years ago has unfortunately passed away since. There doesn't seem to be another repairman locally, so I'm forced to make the repair myself...
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    Need help identifying replacement suspension spring

    Thanks Curtis. My best candidates at timesavers were suspension springs #9, #10, Hermle #21-6, & Hermle #21-100. And thank you too, c.kugle. To your point, because the old spring is broken, I don't know the correct hole-to-pin measurement. For the above 4 candidates from timesavers, the...
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    Need help identifying replacement suspension spring

    I broke the suspension spring on my grandfather clock, inherited from my parents. It is a Ridgeway model, made in 1971. The label identifies it as "model number 166, movement G, finish Calais, serial number 4231". The spring is approx. 8 mm wide, but as it is broken, I don't know its exact...

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