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Give me all the dimensions;orso;987101 said:Not true. It's not working. Please leave the part quest standing.
I would try Timesavers.com or Merritts.combkerr;989220 said:Does anyone know where I can purchase spade hour and minute hands as well as the indicator hands (strike on - off and time setting) for German bracket clocks? I have a couple of sets that I need to complete these clocks. Thanks in advance for you help.
It was not supposed to be on it's side but hopefully you get the idea. Thanks
Tinker Dwight;990739 said:What does the rest look like?
There are 36 teeth on the wheel that is in front of the pendulum leader. Yes, I am missing the 'post' that would hold the wheel I'm looking for. Thought I could make that if I had to. Just don't think I could make the wheel. Don't have any experience in that area.ðŸ¤”Tinker Dwight;990935 said:Your also missing the detent spring to hold the date
As you say, it looks to be a 72 tooth wheel, although
I don't see the arbor it is suppose to ride on.
I suspect this is not the original movement for the dial.
It looks like the minute wheel of your motion works is
exactly what you'd need. It looks to be a 2:1 off the center
It could be used as a template to make a new wheel or a similar
parts clock. ( count the teeth on it )
Is it the right size?
Thank you Tinker. I'm a little slow, but yes the minute wheel does have 72 teeth. I will see if there is someone close that can copy this, if not, will get with some on the MB. Just curious as to why you think the movement and dial are not original to each other? Thanks again for your assistance.Tinker Dwight;991109 said:If the 36 tooth center wheel for the motion works is
the same size as the one for the date, the 72 tooth minute wheel
of the motion work will match.
You can the use it to have someone make another wheel for you.
There are several people on the MB that are capable of doing it.
I don't see a place where the arbor would have been mounted. If you followCJo;991167 said:Thank you Tinker. I'm a little slow, but yes the minute wheel does have 72 teeth. I will see if there is someone close that can copy this, if not, will get with some on the MB. Just curious as to why you think the movement and dial are not original to each other? Thanks again for your assistance.