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    German Mechanical clock hands Installation

    German Mechanical clock hands Installation is easy and fast. Germans used bushings in both the hour and minute hands. Where as the American units have the bushing in the hour hand only. This section describes the German style with bushings in both. The hour tube will have the round bushing installed, the minute hand will have a bushing that has... View Product

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    Spade Variant Clock Hands for German Clocks

    Hour and minute Spade Variant Clock Hands that fit most German mechanical clock movements made after 1950, these are for a 6 inch time track. The hands are measured by the time track diameter. A time track is the small ring outside of the numerals.

    RC30: $20.00
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    German Clock Hand Nuts

    German clock hand nuts for post 1950 clock movements. Fits Hermle, Kieninger, Urgos, Jauch and more. However these hand nuts will not work on a cuckoo clock. Therefore, Cuckoo clock hand nuts are available on the cuckoo parts page.

    CP9: $10.00
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    About Mechanical Clock Hands

    The Mechanical Clock hands in the list below are sold by dial diameter size. Alternately, this is not the same method as a clock that operates on a battery. Instead, determine the hands for mechanical clocks as an after effect of measuring the dial diameter. Furthermore, a time track is the outer ring that clocks sometimes have just outside the... View Product

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    About Mechanical Clock Hands Tabs

    Mechanical Clock Hands are the arms that point to the numbers 1 to 12 so you know what time of day it is. Clock hands come in a variety of lengths.

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    German Mechanical-Clock Hand Installation

    The German Mechanical-Clock Hand Installation on a German mechanical movement is quite simple. It is the reverse of theremoval. If you are doing a replacement of the movement, or if the hands are new, the minute hand must go through some adjustments. This is so it will point to the correct time when it chimes. First comes the hour hand.... View Product

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    Ordering Mechanical Clock Hands

    The German mechanical clock hands are sold by the time track diameter. When ordering these mechanical clock hands, this measurement is important. To clarify, the dial diameter is the measurement of the time track. This means from just outside the 9 straight across to just outside the 3. For example, if this time track diameter is 6 inches, then select... View Product

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    Removing the Mechanical Clock Hands

    Removing Mechanical Clock Hands is fast and easy to do. The following are hand removal instructions for German mechanical movements post WW2. Removing mechanical clock hands for post WW2, mantle and floor clocks is quite simple. Turn the hand nut to the left while holding the minute hand with fingers. Use some small needle nose pliers to loosen the nut... View Product

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    Hands For Mechanical Clocks

    For many dial diameters. These fit most German mechanical clock movements. The minute hand has a 2.2mm square mounting hole, the hour hand has a 4.5mm round hole. For Hermle mechanical movements as well as Urgos. 5" Dial diameter only. The most popular choice for German clock movements. These black Serpentine hands come in 4 to 10 inch dial diameters.... View Product

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    Regulator Style Clock Hands

    Here are Regulator Style Clock Hands that fit most German mechanical clock movements made after 1950. The hands are measured by the time track diameter. A time track is the small ring outside of the numerals.

    CH8: $18.00
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    Serpentine Mechanical Clock Hands

    This is a set of Serpentine Mechanical Clock Hands that fit most German mechanical clock movements made after 1950. The hands are measured by the time track diameter. A time track is the small ring outside of the numerals.

    CH3Hands: $11.00$26.00
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    Mechanical Clock Spade Hands

    Spade hands that fit most German mechanical clock movements. The hands are measured by the time track diameter. A time track is the small ring outside of the numerals and the minute hand length will be about half this diameter.

    CH1: $20.00$26.00
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