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One other thing Peter

August 17 2009 at 1:29 PM
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Response to Bent pinon?

 

Beings as it was an escapewheel, you could probably see the results of a bent pinon on the escape wheel if you where checking the locking on each tooth as it goes around. I have used that before to detect slightly bent escape wheel pinons that are affecting timing.

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Randall

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