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Anniversary Clock Blocks and Fork

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$10.00$29.00

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Anniversary Clock Blocks/Fork

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.

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Blocks and Fork

These are the Anniversary Blocks and Fork that need to go on to the suspension spring of an Anniversary clock.

The suspension spring is the most common thing that you will need to replace. They break and kink, which makes the rotation of the ball assembly cease to function. To replace the suspension spring, remove the old bottom block and top block along with the fork.

When the spring breaks it is not uncommon for the bottom block to go missing. It is always a good idea to have some extra bottom blocks on hand in case this happens. We carry all of these pieces and many other Anniversary clock necessities.

Additional information

Weight0.1 lbs
Type

Top Block, Bottom Block, Fork, Top Block Mini, Bottom Block Mini, 5-Pack with Minis

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Nathan Cook
Nathan Cook
1 month ago

I am trying to replace the spring, and I can’t get the screws out of the blocks. Is there a specific size screwdriver you recommend without striping the screwhead?

Joe
Joe
3 months ago

Will the bottom block fit a Schatz 53 mini?

Cornel Oancea
4 months ago

Hi , do you have the weel for escape mecanism for Kundo 400 days clock???

Bernard Jones
Bernard Jones
6 months ago

anchor for the schatz 400 49 day clock

Tom maxwell
Tom maxwell
6 months ago

Will this bottom block fit a Schalz 49 clock

Kundo400
Kundo400
6 months ago

Hi,
I lost the screw that secures the top block in my Kundo Standard 400 day clock with Backing Plate 1407B.
Do you have a replacement screw?
Thanks

Vint Bradburn
Vint Bradburn
11 months ago

Do you provide the small screws that hold the two bottom block plates together on the 400 hour clocks?

Todd Dietrich
1 year ago

Hello Clockworks,
I have an Anniversary Clock that I need help identifying with the hope of ordering parts. There is a logo on the back of a large “H” with a proceeding small “E” followed by another small “F”. The letters are circled by an escapement gear. If you have an idea what this might be, I need to order the top and bottom blocks, fork and torsion spring. If needed, I can send photos. The square plates are 70 mm wide by 90 mm tall. Thank you for any information!

Mason Dixon
Mason Dixon
1 year ago
Rating :
     

Just what i was looking for.

Andrew DelSordo
Andrew DelSordo
1 year ago

Can i just buy the bottom block for an anniversary clock suspension?

Kenneth A Kronsperger
Kenneth A Kronsperger
1 year ago

I cannot tighten the an2-f fork you sent, tight enough to hold to the suspension spring. What can be done?
the old one was split all the way through to clamp the spring.

Kenneth A Kronsperger
Kenneth A Kronsperger
1 year ago

Got the new fork but it also lacks the ability to clamp tight enough to hold position on the suspension spring. What can I be doing wrong?

Nigel Willey
Nigel Willey
2 years ago

What thread are the 2 small screws that fit the Gustav Becker 400 day clock. I need one.

Nigel Willey
Nigel Willey
2 years ago
Reply to  Nigel Willey

Found one, I think they are M1, head dia 2.53mm, thread length about 2mm. Note the head depth is less than 1mm.

John M
John M
2 years ago

I need a bottom block and spring ( 20A assembly) for Herr Standard 54.

John M
John M
2 years ago

I need a top block fo a 3C spring assembly. Fits a Kundo Standard 55

Burke Ferrari
Burke Ferrari
2 years ago

Hi James I have a 400 day kundo that is missing fork and top block and the part that the top block attaches to the clock. What is that top part called and do you have it available?

Bob Beckmann
Bob Beckmann
2 years ago

Are the top block and the bottom block the same. I need the bottom block, but your choices are only for top block and fork.