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    • #10429

      Can anyone help me on the yoke of a C S Bell #20? When the bell was removed from wherever they cut the ends that fit in the uprights. My bell has a wheel that fits over the ends and onto a square shank. The remainder would protrude through and onto the uprights. There is a flange that bolts to the wheel so the wheel can be removed from the shank. If anyone has a blueprint or designs or yoke please feel free to contact me at or 910-286-1577 i live in North Carolina. Thanks!

    • #12698

      talk to Prindle Station out of Wahington State, they still make cast bells just liek the old C.S. bells, and they sell parts, so they can help you better thatn I can. thanks and enjoy

    • #12699


      I have spoken with the nice man from Prindle Station about these bells. Unless something has changed, he cannot help you except for information. They make the smaller bells; this one is over 150 pounds with the base and is quite substantial in size. He (the man at Prindle) indicated when I spoke with him that the patterns for these bells were destroyed by fire over 50 years ago.


      I have the same bell in great condition although I know from emailing you in the past that yours is older than mine. I can help with drawings and pictures if they will help, but I am afraid I do not have any suggestions about where to have the bell repaired. I have included the pictures I took when my bell was sandblasted 2 years ago. They are a bit fuzzy; I can take new ones if needed. It shows the measuring tape stretched from end to end across the yoke. ABout 27″ in total.


    • #12700

      A good local welding shop can weld iron rods on the spots where they were sawed off. I cant understand why someone would cut them off in the first place. Maybe they did not want a swinging bell. Strange indeed.

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