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Old 03-12-2019, 08:54 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Thank you for the extra work on my watch. I did not mean for it to be this much of a headache. Hope the long second hard will work for your project watch.

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Well it was a honor to help u my friend...it was no headache...great people on here helped me fix it right...God Bless,John

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Well thanks to that tip with using the center wheel to try and open it up...that worked...very cool idea you all...here is the new hand installed...truly appreciate the help...my friend will be very pleased...God Bless,John
well worth the effort to make this work and i learned something new today...i will definitely invest in some broaches ...


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