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Old 01-01-2020, 03:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default re-jeweling 6309 beater restoration

decided to start work on one of many restoration/repairs....last year I completed my Seitz set and Marshall staking kit...bought arbor jewels from Adrian a couple of years ago, and just now taking the plunge...worked out great...


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Looks great! Well done!! Ive been meaning to try this. But need to practice on a movement that I wont use. Feel drilling the hole will be a challenge. Margin of error is zero to none when doing this. Btw Do you know size of the center jewel? How are you finding the results before vs. after? Significant changes?




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No worries about that info. Ill figure it out by tearing one up. Only way! Again..looks great! Cheers!


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Well I love seeing this
I have wanted for a very long time to add jeweling like Adrian spoke about before
I have a beautiful 6105b movement with a oddly damaged plate that this might fix
Thasnk You for sharing it
God Bless,John
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Aloha ,

Just for references so others will know about it.

Just how similar are ........6105's .....to ....6106 and 6119's...??
What are their .... Compatibility / Inter-changeability ....for use between
them.....???
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Just for references so others will know about it.



Just how similar are ........6105's .....to ....6106 and 6119's...??

What are their .... Compatibility / Inter-changeability ....for use between

them.....???

Louis
Great question my friend
The very early movements are very interchangeable for some parts
Best thing to do I have found is get the tech sheets as it shows the base movement ...
Any watch I work in I print that out before I get started
Makes like easier when u need to find parts
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