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Old 05-11-2009, 11:37 PM   #1
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Default Mechanical Clock Works

As I'm finishing up my current clock project, I'm already thinking of the next. For my next clock I would like to install a mechanical wind-up clock work, you know, the kind that you see in old shelf clocks like my Dad has. He says he has to wind it once a week.

Anyone have a good site for finding this type of clock work?
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I'd check at Bell Strike Skeleton Movement with Rear Swing Pendulum and see if that fits the bill. If not, they have a forum and you might find assistance there? Klockit.com has been in my list of sites for some time but I've yet to use them for anything. LOL Hope it helps you though.

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Thanks for the link! Not sure that one is the one I will use, but this one looks like it will work great! Klockit - The World's Leading Clock Kit and Part Supplier to Clockmakers for 35 years
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Cool! I'm glad the link got you on track. Sure would like to see the pics of your finished project when you get it done. 'Ya just gotta love clocks and the old keywind with chimes are awesome!

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