Narcissus

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  1. Removing Sheared Off Screws grrrrr

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

    Agree with all above. The Bergeon extractor has been hit/miss for me as well. Good luck!
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. Rolex 16610 gasket removal

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