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  1. Here's a better photo: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Omega-Caliber-30T2-260-Centre-wheel-Canon-pinion-Part-No-260-1324-260-1318-N-O-S-/381947520830
  2. I own several 30T2, 30, 30T2 Rg Omegas and serviced at least 20 of 30mm Omegas - not even once I saw what you described as "sealed canon pinion" on these watches. Yes, the top of the Pivot is always nicely finished (not applicable to sweep second), but it is not part of the Cannon Pinion.
  3. Take a look at this photo, read my recommendations and think how can you apply all of it in your situation. In addition to "roller remover" you will need a small dia sub-punch and a light hammer. That's all. https://images.yuku.com/image/jpeg/5431665d12db139c18759ea561df2fdc82a6c2d0.jpg
  4. There is no problem at all. Do not try to rotate the cannon pinion or pull it. Think of this scenario as "Staff Roller Removal". Support the Cannon Pinion from below and with one strike of the hammer and sub-punch force the Main Wheel Pivot out of the Cannon Pinion. This literally takes just a few seconds.
  5. Lucky you! I wish I had a tool for every task, but at the same time, I am trying too be reasonable and buy tools only if (IF) it's absolutely necessary and I plan to use them more than once :-). So far I have been doing great managing my appetite for new tools, but as French people say - l'appétit vient en mangeant
  6. Well, you found it! I see that almost every watchrepair tool on eBay is being snapped. People pay x2 x3 more for some tools now that a year ago. I guess, there are so many people now starting new hobby not to lose their minds during this endless pandemic-business time. Thank you for posting these photos as when i saw a similar bracelet i could not believe it was Rolex.. I thought it was fake, but then i realized it was the first owner with all sorts of certificates, boxes, receipts, etc. I am puzzled as why would anyone pay so much for these bracelets or frankly speaking for the R
  7. Well, some people said that my posts are useless and the only aim is to win every day. I say, they are wrong. I am simply learning from others and trying to help some people during difficult pandemic lockdown / curfew / social distancing / 14 days isolation time... But thinking of winning... Hmm. Is there any chance to receive The Order of Zolfaghar?
  8. Well, let me congratulate you as you are sitting on some pile of ca$h! https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_sacat=0&_nkw=rolex+bracelet+7206
  9. I saw one (just photos) in much worse shape, but identical design. It was on Rolex watch from 1970s. I maybe asked to service that watch soon. Well, servicing it is understatement as that watch is in awful shape. I might be looking for a similar bracelet or several links - don't know yet. Do you see some numbers on it? Perhaps 380, 9315?
  10. Looks somewhat similar?
  11. Voila! https://www.cousinsuk.com/PDF/categories/924_Felsa 4007, 4007N.pdf http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db.cgi?10&ranfft&0&2uswk&Felsa_4007
  12. Really makes no difference - the choice is yours.
  13. I always keep the Balance and the Pallet Fork separately from other parts. These two items are extremely delicate. For obvious reasons, I clean these components separately using different cleaning solutions, methods and tools.
  14. Or better NOT test I just found that those tiny Jewels (Cap Jewels) become very "attractive" and jumpy inside plastic containers. Also, having a large tray with all parts is not preferable (my opinion). Something about all eggs in one basket :-). Aluminium pots help you to keep entire components separately - you do not have to guess which screw goes where. Makes it so easier during reassembly especially if you clean your parts manually. I use some larger pots for storing my donor watch movements, or items "to be fixed" later. It's very practical - takes almost no space
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