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    Suspension for a SSS German Schmid mantle clock

    Nico, its no great deal to file an oversized spring. I attach a pici of a spring with the grinding/drilling you must carry out, in red. Choose a spring with 2 springs (most on the market are doubl springs), then you can just file away one of them, as in the diagramm attached. In the 2 holes...
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    Suspension for a SSS German Schmid mantle clock

    Nico, I think I used a #35 Kienzle suspension spring which I filed/sanded down to size Cheers, Bob
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    Suspension for a SSS German Schmid mantle clock

    I forgot to mention, its for a Schmid SSS mantel clock. The company went broke in the 60s.
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    Suspension for a SSS German Schmid mantle clock

    Thanks, will purchase
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    Suspension for a SSS German Schmid mantle clock

    I have tried to recut/refile an oversize suspension with more or less success, but would prefer to find a replacement. I attach a foto of the specifications ...... Can anyone help, please?
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    Help.. Looking for a Suspension Spring

    Thanks both of you. That helps
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    Help.. Looking for a Suspension Spring

    Thanks for your reply, but I dont quite understand what a " generic double ribbon suspension spring" is. Bob
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    Help.. Looking for a Suspension Spring

    HELP...Suspension Spring for Schmid Mantel Clock Without success, I have looked for a suspension spring on the `net. The original is 6mm wide, hole-to-hole 9.8mm, with a thickness of 1mm. Holes have a diameter also of 1mm. The feather steel is 0,045mm thick. Can anyone please help? Diagram...

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