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Old 08-17-2018, 04:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi All,

I recently acquired a Lady Diver 2517-0320. It is missing the stem, crown & bezel, but otherwise all original and there.

I have been searching for part numbers for this model, but am struggling.

Does anyone have a parts catalogue which includes this model that they would be able to share so I can get the correct part numbers?

Many thanks in advance!
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Old 08-17-2018, 01:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Here's the movement catalog - that'll get you the stem part number: 351044
https://www.thewatchsite.com/files/S...uals/2517A.pdf
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Thanks twall3. I had looked at this, but the crown on the 0320 is different from the normal 2517 so didn't want to assume the stem was the same.

I am ideally looking for a parts catalogue for the 0320 to get the exact part numbers to be sure.

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I don't believe Seiko ever made "parts catalogs" for individual watches. What you're looking for is a movement service manual and a casing guide - one will have parts identified for the movement, one for the case. The stem will be in the movement service manual, everything else you're looking for in the casing guide. The only way the stem would be different is if it was a different Tap size (e.g., diameter), to screw into the crown. I can't think of a single movement where there were multiple stem tap sizes for the same movement.
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I doubt it’s a special stem, but rather the stem and the crown comes together as 1 piece like other seiko divers.
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I see where you are coming from. I need to find a casing guide then!

Does anyone have access to one?!
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I do but it’s not in any of them. Do you have a milimeter gauge? If yes can you measure the crown size based on the gap available for it? Also a picture of the case tube.
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