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Subject: Re: Seamaster 813 Heads Lining

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Date Posted: 19:43:22 29/04/2010 Thu
In reply to: Galen Brislane 's message, "Seamaster 813 Heads Lining" on 12:51:28 29/03/2010 Mon

The Answer to that is yes! I've just completely rebuilt the inside of my 813, if yours is anything like mine it comes apart quite easily, just make sure you keep all the parts you remove to use as patterns, you can see my progress on this site,,
Regards Frank,,,

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