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Was wondering, where can i get a suspension spring Ingraham

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Hi paul
Was wondering, where can i get a suspension spring for a Ingraham clock 30 hour movement..should i try and solder this or is that a no is .09mm thick X6.5mm wide and 24.40mm long..

Hey Sean,

You don't want to repair a busted spring. Replace it. You can buy an assortment of leaves like that one for a few dollars or you can buy complete, assembled leaves with a long rod attached that you simply cut and bend to length. Any of the majors - SLarose, Timesavers, Merritts, etc. have them.

Length and thickness of leaf are not critical although they will affect the speed of regulation. If pendulum length is not critical - ample space - then just select one about the same length and thickness and commence regulation.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Thanks Paul.
i will look for a replacment i have a Slarose catalog..