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    • oldhippy, for that counter weight movement as per your instructions i made the pendulum + 12" minute hand (0.8mm brass) which is keeping perfect time for last 4 days. Now, i am arranging for steel sheet (1mm) and will try 18-20-24 inches hands! 
    • oldhippy, ok- noted.  since this one is single fusee with different design- it will be good for my collection. thanks for your valuable info.  
    • Unless you fancy a challenge it's worth looking at the websites of the usual parts suppliers first. The Resources page you'll find a link to at the head of this forum is a good place to start. I can see for instance Cousins has both male and female stem parts listed. I'm sure other suppliers closer to your neck of the woods might be able to oblige too. Also a good tip to a newbie is not to focus exclusively on the movement model you're specifically dealing but be aware of models in the same family. In your case http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-db.cgi?10&ranfft&&2uswk&ETA_2375 will list other members of the family. Often you'll find that parts are listed against the first member of the family ... so that's the ETA 2370 in your case. A quick ebay search on 'eta 2370 stem' brings up for instance https://www.ebay.com/itm/ETA-2370-watch-movement-part-404-female-split-stem/132105059577 With these breadcrumbs I'll let you take over...! 🙂
    • Sean Connery has left the building. Loved your movies and the connection to our beloved watch craze. To me, you'll ALWAYS be the one and only, 007. 
    • The other obvious way is raising the desk legs with some wood.
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