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Old 09-17-2019, 07:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can loose solid endlinks ruin your watch ? Meaning lugs
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Yes. It seems like you need the correct spring bars for your watch.
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Yes. It seems like you need the correct spring bars for your watch.
What size should I order
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What size should I order
You are going to have to do some investigating. You need to measure the diameter of the spring bar holes on your endlinks to see what size fits. Then you need to measure the lug holes on the case for the tip diameter.

Or contact you AD and see if they will give you some. They usually do not.
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Go to a local watchmaker or jeweller and they should have them

Waste of time and resources to order etc
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Go to a local watchmaker or jeweller and they should have them

Waste of time and resources to order etc
They are probably the ones that installed the wrong ones already.
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