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Cartier: what are the watch case measurements?-there is a case number what is it-is it 15996?

going by the crown(if original)=1960's more than likely to have a jaeger le coultre movement. what details were on the sellers website for this watch?
9d
By: golden hands
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Omega: just looking at the date

before you do anything-the date should of changed before 02.00 -get the date moved on to 23rd fully in window and let down the mainspring before you take the stem out
19d
By: golden hands
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Omega: pull out piece button/screw to release old stem

the stem will also need to be shortened (snip thread down) so when crown is fitted and pushed home that it does not touch the case. get more than one stem if you snip too much off the thread
20d
By: golden hands
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Omega: GENERIC ONE PIECE OMEGA STEM TO FIT -OME5651106

WILL DO AWAY WITH THE SPLIT ONE THAT YOU HAVE NOW.
20d
By: golden hands
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: its a parts watch

that is why its cheap
23d
By: golden hands
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: its normal

if you look closely at the way that the watch body fits onto the carriage with the fixed rotation slot spigot one end and the holding ball bearings on closure at the other run and flip the watch body in the carriage groove and snap it shut and study it closely while doing it with a loupe x4 and you
29d
By: golden hands
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Patek Philippe: the pp cal 315 only winds the mainspring in the anti clockwise direction

put it over night on a watch winder in the anti clockwise direction mode-only Patek Calibre 315 Calibre 315 CCW 800 turns per day. what is the ref model number of the watch do you own?
1M
By: golden hands
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