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Bought a clock for my '46 but need to take it apart. Anybody know how to remove the stem on the front for winding the hands? I was able to remove the center "cap" but cannot figure out how to remove the knob. Is it threaded on? Press fit? (Sorry - Tried to attach picture of clock, but could not figure out how to do it. Webmaster - Help!)
your new post is perfectly timed for me to mention that I changed my old tutorial for adding files to our posts. Check this out and let me know if I can make it better.
(I think your stem knob is threaded on, but that's a s.w.a.g.)
It's supposed to be fun!
1949 De Soto Custom Convertible (project)