Re: Clock oil

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Posted by Little Ed on August 21, 2017 at 08:39:35 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Clock oil posted by 36 coupe on August 21, 2017 at 05:49:11:

Thanks for the help, guys. I have been on the Timesavers site, and am probably going to make a purchase from the Clockworks site. This makes the Fifth wind up clock I have. It started when my wife bought a regulator clock for our first anniversary, 35 years ago. I have always liked old clocks. Wish I had known about clock schools years ago. Might have gone to one instead of Diesel school. This is a time only movement, and the pivots seem to be in good shape, but won't really know till I have it apart. Should be a simple one to gain experience on. The case is in need of some work too, so I picked it up cheep. If things go good on this, I think I will clean and oil the regulator clock an then go get a cuckoo clock back from the repair man. He has had it for nine months, and hasn't started on it yet.

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