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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    To those considering the BSH 3-6-9 dial from Rbesass I felt like quoting this from edition 29. He needs his list of contenders before monday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyefalcon6 View Post
    Also, what are some recommendations for ETA / Clone cases that our 29mm dial will work in? I see HR has one but $220 w/o movement seems high.
    Tiger-concept cases are made for somewhat smaller dials, and SKX, also available on eBay as recase kit.
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-REPLACE...0AAOSwubFad-9c

    Obviously the latter won't be ETA, but very easy to clip the feet and stick it to the plastic edge of the NH35.

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    Some affordable B-grades:
    http://www.tiger-concept.com/B-grade-case.html

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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jtragic View Post
    I’m not thinking alcohol will do it. I’ve not removed logos (well applied ones I have). What I will say is this tho. You need to gloss coat the dial for the transfer to really stick. You can then matte coat it when done if the gloss is too much. These create a slight texture which helps hide some imperfection.

    I wouldnt completely fu<k up the dial and expect to fix it with the clear tho. You might also have to remove and reapply the markers too.

    Best bet is you might want to try and find a sterile or semi-sterile version of the dial.
    Thank you Michael. That is what I was thinking of doing - with a 3-6-9 sterile Raffles dial...but I really want to do that with a sub case so I thought I might try this first.

    I was also looking for a sterile dial for the Miyota 9015/9039 and couldn't find any...Do you (or any of the Brommati) know if the dial feet on the 9015/9039 are same as any other movement or where I can find dials for the 9015/9039 - or do I just need to use dial feet.
    Thank you again for everything :)

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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    This should fit a 29mm dial too:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/42mm-PARNIS...72.m2749.l2649

    But it is a bulky case at 42mm and very thick. It's basically a clone of a Seadweller Deep Sea. Due to the large rehaut it should fit it (I have a Bliger case like that in which the Tiger dial fits fine...)

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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleWatchMan View Post
    Thanks bro. Enjoy!





    Again, just curious, what's the serial no. of your Carolina?
    I have 12.

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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    For those that are interested, here is the complete list as I have it of all 40 of the Carolinas, and where they all ended up. As you can see, I am still missing 11 and 40.

    NTH Carolina Subs - Original Owners:
    01/40: goyoneuff
    02/40: BillHW
    03/40: rbesass
    04/40: yankeexpress
    05/40: mplsabdullah
    06/40: ndreas
    07/40: Ojibway Bob
    08/40: LifeTrekker
    09/40: Lduffer
    10/40: MikeCfromLI
    11/40:
    12/40: Rhorya
    13/40: BigEd
    14/40: Forever8895
    15/40: cyberwarhol
    16/40: Buellrider
    17/40: SimpleWatchMan
    18/40: the_watchier
    19/40: xAEROPLANEx
    20/40: gdb1960
    21/40: capitalisttool_mt
    22/40: MP83 > Elbakalao
    23/40: porterjrm
    24/40: Disneydave
    25/40: SkunkWorks
    26/40: Fullers1845
    27/40: skylinegtr_34
    28/40: tennesseean_87
    29/40: fmadrid
    30/40: hawkeye86
    31/40: SimpleWatchMan
    32/40: Jtragic
    33/40: sabarig
    34/40: valuedcustomer
    35/40: jdto
    36/40: redzebra
    37/40: onomato
    38/40: theleftwrist
    39/40: Darwin
    40/40:


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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    I'm gonna experiment with a set to repair dial feet on a painted dial.

    For the feet I plan to use PCB rivets, because they are made to be soldered, and if I use bizmuth to solder, which melts at way under 100 degrees C, it should keep the paint in tact.

    PCB Micro Rivets 0.8mm For DIY Vias

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    Then the trick is to get rid of the flange, and for that I want to make a steel jig, in which at the front side the dial fits in, at the back side two holes are applied in which a small end mill fits, and I want to apply a lock bush on the end mill, so it can not go deeper than a certain point, to avoid making a hole in the dial.

    I shall be experimenting with this the coming time...

    Alternately the rivets can perhaps be glued, if I can find some with large enough flange it should help making it strong enough with glue.

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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhorya View Post
    I have 12.
    Thanks bro. Enjoy!



    Quote Originally Posted by LifeTrekker View Post
    For those that are interested, here is the complete list as I have it of all 40 of the Carolinas, and where they all ended up. As you can see, I am still missing 11 and 40.

    NTH Carolina Subs - Original Owners:
    01/40: goyoneuff
    02/40: BillHW
    03/40: rbesass
    04/40: yankeexpress
    05/40: mplsabdullah
    06/40: ndreas
    07/40: Ojibway Bob
    08/40: LifeTrekker
    09/40: Lduffer
    10/40: MikeCfromLI
    11/40:
    12/40: Rhorya
    13/40: BigEd
    14/40: Forever8895
    15/40: cyberwarhol
    16/40: Buellrider
    17/40: SimpleWatchMan
    18/40: the_watchier
    19/40: xAEROPLANEx
    20/40: gdb1960
    21/40: capitalisttool_mt
    22/40: MP83 > Elbakalao
    23/40: porterjrm
    24/40: Disneydave
    25/40: SkunkWorks
    26/40: Fullers1845
    27/40: skylinegtr_34
    28/40: tennesseean_87
    29/40: fmadrid
    30/40: hawkeye86
    31/40: SimpleWatchMan
    32/40: Jtragic
    33/40: sabarig
    34/40: valuedcustomer
    35/40: jdto
    36/40: redzebra
    37/40: onomato
    38/40: theleftwrist
    39/40: Darwin
    40/40:


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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)

    Mornin’, Y’all. #M&N

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    Re: The Brotherhood of Submariner Homages. (a/k/a BSHT) (Part 30)



    Here.


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