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I believe that it rotates clockwise, but I don't have it setting in front of me at the moment to confirm that. Finding the sweet spot for the pallet in relation to the escape was a little bit challenging, but after I got that set it was relatively simple.
Several holes already had bushings in them, and the spring that I repaired I probably only remove 3/4 of a inch. The hole was splitting out so I drilled a new directly behind the existing and then cut.
Needing some advice to make sure I am heading in the right direction. I am currently trying to bring a early 1900 era German wall clock back to life it has a Kienzie movement with a Muschel Gong. I did a complete disassemble and clean of the movement and repaired a end on one of the mainsprings...