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  1. The Panerai Luminor style 1.6 mm "cut-out" screwdriver works perfectly for Oyster links. They are available from various dealers online.
  2. The aftermarket screws I am looking at are made for the Oyster bracelet but they come in various sizes. I am hoping someone has the specs for the screws I need so I can order the correct ones.
  3. I'm working on a little project and I don't want to remove & use the screws from the Oyster bracelet. I'd rater keep the original screws affixed to the OEM bracelet. That being said I am trying to cross reference/spec out the following Rolex part numbers- 32-20638 32-20687 I'm hoping someone can provide the following specs for the above listed Rolex part numbers so I can figure out which generics to buy. 1) Diameter 2) Length 3) Tap size
  4. On a side note the Panerai 1.6 mm "cut-out" screwdriver supplied with the Luminor works perfectly for Oyster bracelet screws.
  5. I actually started that thread to share info regarding the proper screwdriver. The combination I posted works just as well as the Rolex tool and its cheaper and it's available.
  6. Check this link - http://rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=323455
  7. I've been considering an L&R ultrasonic for a while. Not sure why I haven't pulled the trigger on it so thanks for reminding me to do so.
  8. http://www.rolexforums.com/showthrea...24#post4936724
  9. I have personal experience with the Orbita Rotorwind and highly recommend them. The Orbita Rotorwind is virtually silent.
  10. The following screwdriver fits perfectly - http://www.panatime.com/scmainfrss1f1.html
  11. Last time I checked a replacement 97200 bracelet was about $2500 USD.
  12. The Panerai Luminor style 1.6 mm "cut-out" screwdriver works perfectly for Oyster links. They are available from various dealers online.
  13. On a side note the Panerai 1.6 mm "cut-out" screwdriver supplied with the Luminor works perfectly for Oyster bracelet screws.
  14. I actually started that thread to share info regarding the proper screwdriver. The combination I posted works just as well as the Rolex tool and its cheaper and it's available.
  15. Check this link - http://rolexforums.com/showthread.php?t=323455
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