Movement Identification

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    Movement Identification

    Looking at a Seamaster chronograph. Has 1040 movement but instead of normal S/N it has R15881. I think this is a factory replacement movement. Can anybody confirm? Thanx.

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    Re: Movement Identification

    Quote Originally Posted by chsmith01 View Post
    Looking at a Seamaster chronograph. Has 1040 movement but instead of normal S/N it has R15881. I think this is a factory replacement movement. Can anybody confirm? Thanx.
    I´d ask on the Omega Forum, not here.
    Last edited by Ernie Romers; May 14th, 2007 at 22:32. Reason: moved from the Inquiries forum......

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    Re: Movement Identification

    Yeah, it's either a replacement movement or, at least a replacement rotor. You might also notice that it's a slightly different shape than the original.

    Here's a photo I put together awhile back, showing the difference:



    Hope that helps!

    eric

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