E Howard #2 Stryker restoration

Greg Cole

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Hello

I am in the process of restoring an E Howard #2 Stryker that was originally purchased in 1898 for the Seymore Indiana Opera House. It was converted to electric in 1966 or so and placed in a savings and loan. I am restoring it to mechanical operation, but am missing several of the mechanical gears.

I am now trying to find or fabricate the winding drum spur gear on the time side. I have the 15 tooth pinion gear that meshes with it. Any help as to dimension and number of teeth would be awesome and I can then fabricate the missing spur gear.

Look forward to any thoughts or dimensions.

Greg
 
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Andy Dervan

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You may need to contact individuals that professionals work on these clocks: Chuck Roesser in NY, Phil Wright in Ohio, Eric Ryback in MO, and others.

Check out Tower and Street Clock Chapter NAWCC website: tscchapter134.org

Andy Dervan
 

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