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I wondered that, too. But looking at the last photo, it doean't look like it. Maybe things got untangled between photos?Am I seeing things, or is the crutch foot really wrapped around the hammer wire?
Why would the eye be pointed toward the front of the movement? Would be easier if protruding outward the back plate? Maybe somebody twisted it to point toward the front?Slide the movement/crutch eye up over the suspension rod, or thread the suspension rod up through the eye from the bottom and pin it at the top post/hanger. Usually the former, for a simple hook suspension rod and the latter for the ones with a "T" bar pendulum connection. Willie X
I believe you have it, Dick. Makes sense now.Here is one marked "A". It might give you some ideas. Note on the inside back of the case where a bracket for the suspension spring would have been screwed to the block.
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Yep, Willie, I read em all but this old brain of mine couldn’t comprehend till I saw the case photo. You know, with some of us, a picture is worth a thousand words.Read post #2, 6 & 8 ... Willie X
Yes, it all makes sense now. You were correct, I don’t have a case for it therefore didn’t know the whole story. Like Will, I had to read and re read several times, glad you told me which ones to focus on.Yep, Willie, I read em all but this old brain of mine couldn’t comprehend till I saw the case photo. You know, with some of us, a picture is worth a thousand words.