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    Looking for an empty 116 spool

    I went through my collection of flea market "finds" in the back cupboard and found a "No 1.A Pocket Kodak". Everything seems to be working and I got an urge to try it. One empty spool was inside. Slightly bigger than a 120 spool and marked with "116" so I guess that's what it is. I found info online about how to respool 120 on to 116-reels. For this I would need one more spool. Any member having a surplus store of these I would be interested in buying one.

    Non came up on eBay.

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    You can also put in a 120 roll into the supply chamber and make up the slack with coins/washers or some such... would be easier than respooling...I used a 122 and made a mask for it as well as spacers, see here

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/heritagefutures/4934401552

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/heritag...es/4940915339/

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    Thanks. I found out about the washer thingie yesterday and will try that. Quite a contraption you got there

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    good luck! and have fun!



 

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