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urgos 7/29 suspension spring and pendulum leader replacement

Gearhead89

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this is my first post I am not brand new to Clock repair though I still have a lot to learn I currently get the majority of my replacement parts from Time savers and was wondering if someone could help me track down the correct pendulum leader and suspension spring for a urgos 7/29 I will include pictures from the catalog which I think are what I should order any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated Now I'm not sure but I believe I need a 4.5" leader & the larger suspension spring but I am not sure because all I have is half of a suspension spring thanks in advance

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Any of the thinner suspension spings will work. The pictures in the catalog are actual size, so use the piece you have to measure against. For the leader, of the two Urgos leaders shown, I think the #19930 would be closest to what you need.
 

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Any of the thinner suspension spings will work. The pictures in the catalog are actual size, so use the piece you have to measure against. For the leader, of the two Urgos leaders shown, I think the #19930 would be closest to what you need.
Any of the thinner suspension spings will work. The pictures in the catalog are actual size, so use the piece you have to measure against. For the leader, of the two Urgos leaders shown, I think the #19930 would be closest to what you need.
As far as the suspension spring goes I only have the top block, but even still as the catalog says directly under the suspensions, they are not to scale As far as the leader I agree of the Urgos leaders the thin one would be it due to the way it hooks into the pendulum rod however however everything I have read on the ergos 7 series says that it should be a four and a half inch leader so I'm leaning more towards the other leaders specifically part# 33286
 

Gearhead89

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Any of the thinner suspension spings will work. The pictures in the catalog are actual size, so use the piece you have to measure against. For the leader, of the two Urgos leaders shown, I think the #19930 would be closest to what you need.
Any of the thinner suspension spings will work. The pictures in the catalog are actual size, so use the piece you have to measure against. For the leader, of the two Urgos leaders shown, I think the #19930 would be closest to what you need.
As far as the suspension spring goes I only have the top block, but even still as the catalog says directly under the suspensions, they are not to scale As far as the leader I agree of the Urgos leaders the thin one would be it due to the way it hooks into the pendulum rod however however everything I have read on the ergos 7 series says that it should be a four and a half inch leader so I'm leaning more towards the other leaders specifically part# 33286
 

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Yeah, you may have to modify one of them. Parts are getting harder to find.
 

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