Looking for a case gasket for a M9 Sea king

As the title mentions, seeking the part number and possible source for a case gasket.

Sea King Stainless Steel, number inside rear cover is 2913

 

Thanks in advance.

 

mybulova_admin
Posted June 6, 2013 - 7:01am

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Parts numbers for the 2913 case

Caliber: 11BLC
Crystal: 1127-2
Crown: 42PW
Gasket: G731
Back Rim: BR2
Mov Ring: MR501
Spring bar: 908

 

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FifthAvenueRest...
Posted June 6, 2013 - 7:34am

...excellente!

Magnetchief
Posted June 6, 2013 - 10:23am

That's fantastic. 

Thank you for you help. It is greatly appreciated. 

 

Magnetchief
Posted June 7, 2013 - 8:35am

Thanks for all that info. 

I have spent a couple of days trying to source a G731 gasket but to no avail. 

Would anyone have a source? 

TIA

 

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FifthAvenueRest...
Posted June 8, 2013 - 9:14am

Magnetchief
Posted June 8, 2013 - 6:29pm

Much appreciated again. 

plainsmen
Posted December 2, 2013 - 9:04pm

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I'm looking for the same Gasket for a 2922 Case, 1969 Sea King

Probably a movment ring as well.  Watch I just picked up.... movement is flopping around in the case so I'm assuming a movement ring and a gasket will take care of that.

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ArchieGoodwin
Posted December 8, 2013 - 12:43pm

Plainsmen, the 23 jewel '68 Bulova I recently submitted that's been named as the "Time Center A" has the same situation.  There was no gasket present when I removed the caseback and I noticed a bit of freeplay there also, especially when I flip the watch completely over.  I'm not certain of whether or not the movement ring is present, but I believe it is.  Perhaps the gasket itself will stop the "flopping" I'm noticing?  How did yours go, was it fixed?  If you don't mind may I ask where you sourced a gasket (if you found one already)? 

 

plainsmen
Posted December 8, 2013 - 12:49pm

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i haven't found one yet Archie... looking for it still. Maybe Steven can give me the correct one and somewhere I'll track it down. :)

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ArchieGoodwin
Posted December 8, 2013 - 7:45pm

The G731 is the actual one I need.  I thought you needed the same # part?  Anyways, that brings me to the next question.  I noticed that there are generic gaskets kits sold online, with many different sizes.  If the original can't be found, I take it that's the next step, providing a generic but with similar dimensions?  Is this what watchmakers do when they can't provide the actual part, which is most likely out of production anyways with vintage pieces? 

 

Eric