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mead861

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  1. I have a 15000 case that takes a 3035 and the eta 2836 is too thick to fit. You need to use a 2824 . I'm 100% sure. I read the same info as posted here and the 2836 will not fit in a rolex 3035 case. The other option is to get a 15200 case and use the yuki 3135 movement. No issues with Dwo and the yuki 3135 will take a gen dail. Did you remake this dail? I thought I saw it somewhere. If so can you post the link
  2. I tried the oven method to age the hands but really didn't like the outcome. They are not perfect put I'm happy.
  3. Here is my first try at aging.
  4. I'm nervous about aging the hands. I might see if I can find some pre-aged hands
  5. Hello, I started this Tudor ranger build using all the design elements that I like. I wanted something in 34mm because its small and comfortable to wear. Gen Rolex 15000 case Yuki dial Eta 2824 clone Generic snowflake hands Yuki Bracelet Removing the cyclops from the crystal Disclaimer: I know that Tudor never made a red Ranger with snowflake hand...etc.
  6. I like vintage watches and just a child when my datejust was made. For me it's no nostalgia its preference. I think any one that wear a watch had to be a little nostalgic. The price for some rolex models has kept up with inflation and other are just WAY over priced
  7. This is interesting the had the same issue with a yuki 3135. I replaced the winding works with gen parts, but I don't think you can do that with the SA3135 Is the SA3135 a decorated eta2836?
  8. I really like the look. A bonus would be the new blackbay gmt on a jubilee.
  9. I wanted to do a blackbay GMT mod.
  10. Will a eta 2836 fit in a 1575 or 1570 case?
  11. Looks awesome. Where do you buy a Vietnam case? I'm looking to do a 1675 build.
  12. It turns out my dial was a little off. I replaced the date wheel and the problem was still there so I removed one of the dail feet and that game me enough room to center the date.
  13. I added a gen autoworks module. Still waiting on the new date wheel. In the middle picture you can see the difference between the yuki and Gen. When I received the autoworks it was bone dry. This is the first time I have disassembled and oiled any watch parts, but after studying youtube videos and oil charts everything came together and the rotor spins freely and silent.
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