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 Post subject: Looking for a matched spring center shaft
PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2019 1:17 pm 
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Victor Jr
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Dear all collectors, I'm looking for your favor. I'm reinstalling an early HMV gramophone 3 springs motor, however, I realized that one of spring center shaft was broken by former owner, if anyone here could do me a favor to provide me a matched spring center shaft as below pictures, please contact with me (626229525@qq.com) without delay.
Spring center length: 3 cm; diameter around 1.6 cm
that one usually installs in Victrola 2 or 3 springs motor.

Thank you very much to all!

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