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turned_in_out Suspension SpringsMechanical Clock Pendulum Suspension
Suspension springs are the most commonly needed part for a pendulum on a mechanical clock. It is called a suspension because it suspends the pendulum and hanger aka leader in the air.
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsAnniversary Clock Suspension Springs
Single Strength suspension springs in a three pack. These are the springs only with no fork or blocks.AN1: $9.00 – $10.00View Product
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsPendulum Suspension Spring Rods
Frequently needed pendulum suspension spring rods in 17 inch lengths. These suspension rods are cut, bent, and modified as needed for the pendulum to hang onto the clock. They replace the pendulum suspension rods that have worn out and has the spring steel broken.
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsUrgos Clock Pendulum Suspension
Suspension springs for some styles of Urgos floor clock movements. The square grandmother clock sized movement may take the smaller sized spring. Rectangle grandfather movements take the larger size. However this is not all they used, more often they used suspension A.SUS-B: $10.00 – $12.00View Product
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsLong Clock Pendulum Suspensions
Long Clock pendulum suspensions with three different styles. Style A and B are for Antique floor clock movements. Style C is for antique wall and mantle clocks. Style C comes 17 inches at its longest length.
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsAntique Pendulum Suspension Spring
A brand new suspension spring that fits some antique clock movements made prior to 1950. Please match up the appearance and measurements against the broken spring to replace. It is called a suspension because it suspends the pendulum in the air.SUS-D: $15.00View Product
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsClock Pendulum Suspension-Springs Assortment
By and large, suspension spring A is the most common style suspension spring. Of course, it is most likely the one by default. If the old suspension spring looks similar to this one then it is right.
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsAntique Clock Suspension Spring
Most used on round antique clock movements. These clocks were popular prior to 1950 and goes way back from there. It is called a suspension because it suspends the pendulum in the air.SUS-C: $20.00View Product
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsTall-Case Clock Suspension Spring
Tall-Case Clock Suspension Spring for antique clocks. This one fits the popular tall floor clock made in England or USA with the big bell on the top. This is the spring the holds the pendulum up in the air and lets it swing.LSus-A: $15.00 – $65.00View Product
turned_in_out Suspension SpringsTall-Case Clock Pendulum Suspension
Tall-Case Clock Pendulum Suspension for antique clocks. This one fits the popular tall floor clock made in England or USA with the big bell on the top.
turned_in_out Suspension Springs400-Day Suspension Springs 12-Pack
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.AN1-1: $29.00View Product
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