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  1. I’ve gotten the best results from 3 small drops, 120 degrees apart. It will slip for a little while the grease spreads but I’ve found that to leave behind even less than a full thin layer. You don’t want a lot. A friend gifted me with some Rolex TEPA and that stuff is amazing for barrel walls so I just use that now.
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    Horotec or Bergeon screwdrivers

    Screwdriver preference is quite a personal thing round here so good luck getting a consensus I’ve had Bergeon and wasn’t that happy with them so I got a set of VOH. Now they are amazing. Can’t speak for Horotec but I’d skip Bergeon for screwdrivers. Good luck
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    Removing Sheared Off Screws grrrrr

    Agree with all above. The Bergeon extractor has been hit/miss for me as well. Good luck!
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    Removing Sheared Off Screws grrrrr

    Agree with all above. The Bergeon extractor has been hit/miss for me as well. Good luck!
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    Watchmakers Lathe Or Mini Lathe

    Same as mentioned. Gears, stems, precision you'll want a watchmakers lathe. Case work, movement rings, etc you'll get more mileage out of a minilathe. Or better yet, as my watchsmith mentor suggested to me, a vertical mill
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    Rolex 16610 gasket removal

    Yeah bud, The crystal retainer is still on there. You'll need a good four bladed bezel remover or something very strong. It looks like one piece when installed but it does come off. Good luck.
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    Rolex 16610 gasket removal

    Did you take the crystal retainer off first? There shouldn't be a "groove" that has any gasket in it.
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