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Change Ink Sac In A Webster Hard Rubber (Junior?)

webster ink sac repair

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#1 Jagarpether

Jagarpether

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Posted 21 March 2015 - 23:18

Hi. 

 

I got this nice Webster pen of an auction for $15 at the swedish ebay (Tradera).

It have a dried up ink sac that need to be replaced, how do i remove the section in the best way. I found a similar pen on the internet and on that pen it seems like the section is removed just beneath the threads, is that correct? 

 

It has a nice 14k warranted #2 nib with som nice flex, but the tines are a little misaligned where the left tine is a little higher than the right. I think it works fine to write with but it would be nice to fix that too. 

 

And does anyone knows where i can find a new ring to the top of the cap?

 

Best regard Pether

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#2 Jagarpether

Jagarpether

    NOS (New Old Stock)

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Posted 22 March 2015 - 16:55

I got it open with a heat gun and changed the ink sac and the tines on the nib, this is a smooth writer now. 

 

The only thing left is a ring for the top of the cap. Where can i get one of those? 

 

/Pether







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