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A small problem here, I just received a 1945-1995 pobeda Komandirskie, from Russia, shame I didn't notice that 1 lug is bent (never seen that before on any other watch btw) and the watch is not running.....
I think it has got a 2409 movement
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Will it be possible to fit the dial into such a case ( whicht number is this?) with this probably 2414 movement with a date?
Will I need to remove the date ring?

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Comrades,

A small problem here, I just received a 1945-1995 pobeda Komandirskie, from Russia, shame I didn't notice that 1 lug is bent (never seen that before on any other watch btw) and the watch is not running.....
I think it has got a 2409 movement
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Will it be possible to fit the dial into such a case ( whicht number is this?) with this probably 2414 movement with a date?
Will I need to remove the date ring?

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It's a no go in that case as the dial will be at an incorrect angle due to the 2 o'clock crown position.

Dials from 2409 and 2414 movements are as a rule interchangeable.

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It's a no go in that case as the dial will be at an incorrect angle due to the 2 o'clock crown position.

Dials from 2409 and 2414 movements are as a rule interchangeable.

Cheers...
Thank you comrade Matt!



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For what it's worth, I own a Franken with a no-date dial mounted to a 2416B - from which, 'round midnight, you can hear the date wheel click over. I.e., while I haven't disassembled it, I'm pretty sure the date ring is still there, spinning unseen for eternity. (See here for the original writeup: https://www.watchuseek.com/f10/mosquibia-846062.html.)

In other words, I think the case and not the movement is your problem. If you ever do source a 3 o'clock-stem case, I'd bet your trick of mounting the no date dial atop the 2414 will work without having to remove the date mechanism.
 
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