Most clock repairs involve bushing worn pivot holes. Worn pivot holes cause the clock to stop. The geared wheels move away from their centers, resulting in binding of the teeth.
Clock bushing involves:
- Finding the true center of the worn pivot hole.
- Determining the correct replacement KWM bushing and the proper reamer to use.
- Centering and reaming out the old bushing
- Pressing in the new KWM bushing. Using the proper size replacement bushing will ensure the pivot fits correctly and the wheel will have the correct endshake.
Repair and reset bushings into clock plates quickly and easily. A bed with two sliding arms fitted with clamping screws allows the plate being worked to be held firmly in a horizontal position. Once this is done, it's very simple to get the perfect center. Allows for the bushing of plates from 50 to 220 mm, with a pillar height of 70 mm. Includes:
$492.90 to $1,056.70
- Broach with hand wheel
- Tool with 2 arms and 2 dogs
- 3 driving punches
- 450 piece bushing set (# 31-60)
- Centering bit
- 4 drilled stakes and 1 undrilled stake
- Centering stake
- 10 reamers
- chamfering tool
- $24.70 to $26.50
- $54.75 to $67.00
- $20.60 to $32.80