Searching For Hubert Herr Clock Parts

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  1. Selenaserval

    Selenaserval Registered User

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    Hi all, I just received my Hubert Herr cuckoo clock today, (yay!) and I need a (bottom) horn end that's about an inch long, three 320 gram pine cone weights, a back gong panel, (it should be about 4 15/16 x 6 3/8 tall. I could make one if nobody has one for sale. But I'm not sure what size gong to use. My clock is also missing the oak leaf pendulum. From the back, the measurement from the bottom of the clock box to the top/peak of the roof is 9 1/2", not including any decorations. From what I can estimate from looking at a clock like mine online, the oak leaf should be about 3 1/8" long and possibly 2" wide. But I'm just making an estimate, as I am only a novice, on day 1 of being a cuckoo clock owner. :)

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  2. shutterbug

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    Go to timesavers.com and explore the site. Ask for a catalog too. They have most of the stuff you need, with the exception of the back door.
     
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  3. Selenaserval

    Selenaserval Registered User

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    I'll do that! Thank you so much for the info Shutterbug. :)
     
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