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How do you change a leather band on a franck muller watch particularly the gold buckle?

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See if the buckle does have spring loaded pin like the ones that hold the band to the case.

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The springbars can be retracted using a small tweezers but a springbar tool will make it a much easier job. You can get one from Amazon or ebay for under $5 - search "springbar tool" to find them.

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I would contact Tag for this one. Most watch vendors will provide them at no cost. Be prepared to give them the #'s on the back of the watch to ID your watch.

http://www.tagheuer.com/

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