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Not to mention all the other parts needed to swap a movement.

Chris L  
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March 09, 2013 12:34AM
Besides opening the case back, you need tools for:
Removing hands
Setting hands
Watchmaker's screwdriver set for removing and attaching dial and other things.

Also helpful for this would be a movement holder for when you are removing/setting dial and hands, dial cleaning brush, and a blower to get rid of dust inside the case.


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Do you know if a Tuskegee case is

wodo114March 08, 2013 08:23PM

That tool will open it... Jpeg Attachments URL

JP122March 08, 2013 09:21PM

I've a "WCO" but the tuskegee case's cover is too large! Eek! (n/t)

wodo36March 10, 2013 03:03PM

Not to mention all the other parts needed to swap a movement.

Chris L71March 09, 2013 12:34AM

Indeed. Not to mention a very big potential problem>>

Dave M42March 09, 2013 01:19PM



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