Here are the steps you need to know to build a clock.
See and follow the diagram. Not sold as a product.
1. Clock Motor
The threaded part of the clock shaft must clear your clock body, order size accordingly.
2. Clock Hands
When selecting hour and minute hands it is important to remember that the minute hand should be 1/2 the dial diameter (or less). For example, if the distance from 9 o'clock to 3 o'clock is 6" (dial diameter), then the correct hand length would be 3" or less. Also, the second hand should be equal to or less than the length of the minute hand. You must order the hands because we don't know what size you need.
3. Clock Mounting Hardware
The washer, nut and open ended clock hand nut is provided with motor purchase. If you do not order a second hand you must order a closed end nut to secure the clock hands to the clock movement.
4. Clock hanger and rubber washer are sold seperatly.