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Need these two parts to get going.
81330221- rotating ring spring same on all 6139-600X

86099971- Crystal gasket support ring. I believe these are unique to the 6000 cases with the 6002, 6005 rings being slightly different sizes.
PM me if you have one or both parts please and thank you.
 

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It's not the 6002 vs 6005 and such.
The difference is when used with a 6139A or 6139B.
Which movement are you using in this restoration ?
 

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I think the thinner ring is used in notched case which in turn is used with 6139A..
The notched case is slightly thinner than the non notched one and supposedly only used with 6139A movement which also tiny bit thinner than 6139B.

I might have that thinner ring off 6119 sports diver which I believe might be same as 6139A.
 

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Let us know if you have a Notched Case or No Notch Case and if you are working on a 6139A or 6139B movement. Here is a link to a notch case conversion I did on a Proof gold dial Pogue. It talks about the crystal gasket retaining rings and the difference needed on a notch case in order for the crystal and outer bezel to work with that case.

A Tale of 3 Pogues - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly -...
 

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I had looked and looked for the dimensional difference in the two rings to no avail, thanks John. I have seen you say before these are much harder to source. I wonder if I could get a thicker ring and turn it down to the correct thickness.
 

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I think the thinner ring is used in notched case which in turn is used with 6139A..
The notched case is slightly thinner than the non notched one and supposedly only used with 6139A movement which also tiny bit thinner than 6139B.

I might have that thinner ring off 6119 sports diver which I believe might be same as 6139A.
I think someone said that a B movement will work but I definitely need the thinner gasket ring.
 

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This is the 6139A / notched case from a February 1969 (first known month of a -6000) measurement I took a few years ago, ironically just shared again here only a few days ago:

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I think the thinner ring is used in notched case which in turn is used with 6139A..
The notched case is slightly thinner than the non notched one and supposedly only used with 6139A movement which also tiny bit thinner than 6139B.

I might have that thinner ring off 6119 sports diver which I believe might be same as 6139A.
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