I apologize for a kind of newbie question. I found a thread somewhere (I think it was the Rolex forum but I can't find it now) in which the thread owner was concerned about stripping the screw down crown because the Tudor Pelagos was made of Titanium. Further, he seemed concerned about the thread tube (I believe that is what he said) might not be drilled out of the case but be a separate part. Other commenters remarked that it was no different than any other watch and that any rookie could ruin the thread on their crown.
I'm not entirely sure what they are talking about, but I have a screw down crown on my Orient Black Ray and was wondering if there is perhaps some non-common sense concern with screw down crowns? Obviously I could strip the thread, but it's not like I'm screwing it back down with an impact wrench...
Again, sorry of it's a silly question, and thanks in advance!