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Looking for a 7T32B or a Y182 replacement movement

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  • Craig Ridley
    Craig Ridley Aug 14, 2013

    I also am looking for a NOS 7T32B Seiko (Hattori?) movement for my 7T32-6A50 (A4). Any leads to a working movement email me at Craigsridley@gmail.com

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