|04-18-2016, 07:52 PM||#28 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Tasmania, Australia
Points: 54 (+)
That's a handy trick using the toothpick to get the pusher gaskets over the ridges. Thank you.
Via the interweb from a land downunder
|05-05-2016, 12:32 PM||#30 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2015
Points: 0 (+)
Yesterday my new parts arrived from the Philippines (Anthony Plaza very kind ebay seller): mainspring, glass, and also transmission wheel some screws, ... . I also got a new pawl lever from the UK (the parts for the auto winding where okay but meanwhile I had used them for my Pogue).
With the gaskets from VTA down under it becomes an international watch, but still all original
It was really a big job for me to put it all back together. In particular the screws ... they had moved a little bit between the basket compartments ...
I have still a dial screw missing (022761) that I have to find, but to my surprise everything is working so very happy !!!
I will post some more pictures later maybe somebody can have advantage of them one day.
I consider subscribing to the watchmaker class to learn things properly ... they start with a year of big clocks ... thinking about it ...
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