Help Question about a Regula 35.....?

Clockinit

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Am working on putting a Cuckoo clock together for a friend's son. I'm using parts from several different clocks that had been given to me over the last couple of years. The movement I'm using is a Regula 35. I was under the impression that the Regula 35 was like the Regula 34. An 8 day movement..... I'm thinking that I'm wrong and it's a 1 day movement. What makes me think this is That the train and strike chain wheels are identical to the ones indicated for a Regula 25 / 1 day movement as seen in the Merricks catalogue,,, Can any one confirm or deny my suspicions??

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Bob

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Willie X

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The 35 is a larger more robust movement. About 1/2' taller and 1/8" wider. What parts will interchange with a 25 (?) now that's a good question. Willie X
 

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Thank You Guy's...I thought it was a one day...Now I know how to discern the difference. It's a Good Day!! I can call it quits!!

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Bob
 

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It is a 1 day. Count the # of wheels in the time train. A 1 day will have 3 and an 8 day will have 4.
Mark, when counting the wheels in the time train, do I count the chain wheel? With the chain wheel and the center wheel, plus 2 more...that's 4.....
Just looking for a little more clarity, 'cause I'm a little thick.....

Bob
 

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Roughbarked...the fly would be on the strike train..We're talking about the time train.I count a TOTALof 4 on the time train. And a TOTAL of 4 on the strike train with the fly.....
 
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