Chimes and Gongs

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The first step in purchasing a new chime block is to determine the chime block style that is in the clock. The Styles are side, bottom and back strike. Figure out which style you have. Then, count how many rods are in the chime block. Measure through the chime block to get the length of the longest rod. Correspondingly, find… View Product

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We now only offer the complete clock chime-block and rods . The rods are pressed into the chime-block by machines and it is difficult to get a single rod out. Other times they are threaded into the block but secured so tight you cannot remove them. Trying to do so would result in more rods breaking. Also there are various… View Product

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Mechanical clock chime hammer positioning is easy to do, and only involves bending the hammer head wires. Upon the initial installation, this was done by the clock maker as well. When replacing a clock movement you need to bend the chime hammers to the chime rods. This is why the hammer heads are on bendable wires. They are meant to… View Product