Replace the suspension spring on your clock if any kinks or distortion are present. Read More »
The suspension spring is the part on the back of the clock that supports the pendulum balls in the air. This is almost always the fist issue to deal with to get the clock running. This happens when someone is not familiar with the clock and they move it from here to there and the pendulum knocks around and the spring twists and kinks.
These are the parts on the suspension spring of an Anniversary clock. Sometimes these are lost and most often it is the bottom block that is missing. Please choose either top block, fork, or bottom block from the drop down menu.
This 400 Day Repair Kit has the basic items required to clean a 400 day movement without disassembly. The goal of cleaning a clock movement is to remove old oil that has solidified and put new oil in its place.
Six precision screwdrivers, four sizes of the flat head and two phillips style. The blades have a rust resistant black oxide finish, and they are made of durable chrome molybdenum steel. The top rotates for ease of use and they also have a nice grip.
These are a pack of 12 suspension springs for a 400-Day clock. These are the springs only with no fork or blocks. Install the old blocks and fork or purchase new ones. These are the most common suspension springs which are all even thicknesses.
This caliper is nine inches long and has a stainless steel construction. It has the ability to read metric or SAE decimal even in harsh conditions. The easy-to-read digital display allows you to measure and convert from SAE to metric quickly and easily.
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