Kieninger KSU Movement Parts - Side Diagram

Kieninger KSU Movement-Parts Side-Diagram

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$20.00$75.00

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Kieninger KSU Movement Parts – Side Diagram

The German KSU triple chime cable driven clock movement parts are available. Please be sure the clock movement that the parts are purchased for looks the same as the one in the picture.

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Kieninger KSU Movement-Parts Side-Diagram

Kieninger KSU Movement-Parts Side-Diagram. The German KSU triple chime cable driven clock movement parts are available. These are the new style K series units that are new returns. The parts such as barrels and wheels are not the same on the older style units. Please be sure the clock movement that the parts are purchased for looks the same as in the following picture.

KSU movement parts
ID LetterPart NameDescription
AStrike FlyGoverns the speed of the striking, so it will not strike fast
BFly WheelOne wheel down from the fly and has a small post the top of the wheel
C3rd Wheel3rd up from the cable drum, the drum being the first wheel
DSecond Wheel2rd up from the cable drum, the drum being the first wheel
ECable DrumComplete with cable, wheel, arbor, this is the first wheel
FHand ShaftThis is the long post the minute hand mounts too

Additional information

Weight0.3 lbs
Letter ID

A = Strike Fly, B = Fly Wheel, C = 3rd Wheel, D = Second Wheel, E = Cable Drum, F = Hand Shaft

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Carlo Salerno
Carlo Salerno
6 months ago
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Couldn’t be happier thanks.

Stephanie Stoudenmire
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Stephanie Stoudenmire
6 months ago
Reply to  Carlo Salerno

No problem. Thank you for choosing Clockworks!

Lori Kilgore
1 year ago

Please advise why my kieninger 60′ grandfather clock runs 30 min. – 2 hrs. And stops. Clock is level and in beat. Hands not touching each other or dial, yet, minute hand stops and pendulum. Something appears to be stopping minute hand. Any ideas?

Dee Loughlin
Dee Loughlin
2 years ago

Does anyone know where I can purchase a refurbished or decent pendulum for my Sligh 0864-2-AN? The pendulum fell straight down shearing the timing belt. I was told that I would need a new pendulum as this is all, on piece? I was given a price of $300. Is this fair? I’m disabled and really can’t afford to start rebuilding the entire clock before I finally fix the problem. It is a beautiful piece, its been in this condition for three months now, and it truly sickens me to see it this way. Any help would be much, much appreciated.

Thx,

Dee