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Seth Thomas Parlor #10 Calendar "Click" to Login or Register 
I purchased this clock about 12 years ago and would like to replace the string weight cables with something more like the original. It looks like the cable drums would take a 1/16" steel or brass cable with a compression stop on the end. Or would a gut be more appropriate?

the weights are 7lb ea.

James F. Allison
Posts: 4 | Location: Gaithersburg, Maryland in the USA | Registered: September 03, 2010
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Not sure the years that was manufactured, but some of those had good cords, not cable. I would recommend to do more research before I'd install wire cable. Personally I think the cable would be stronger though. Hope you get it like you want it, that's a nice clock for sure.
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