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I am new to this board but have been a lurker for awhile. I just picked up a 68 Polaris and there is some corrosion on the inner case back. It still functions and obviously no one can see it but if one were available I would change it. There is a little on the outside case back but not so bad that it bothers me
Does anyone one know if they are available and if so where?
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They're almost always corroded. Just leave it alone. The odds of finding a lose back are near zero and refinishing it would diminish the value of the watch.
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