I'm building a movement I bought off of eBay for spare parts. After close examination of both movements and many headaches with my original, I decided to build the one I bought. It's a"tighter" movement than the other one; not as much wear on the teeth, plates are in better shape, just not as much wear period. It's been worked on by at least 2 people, that much I know for sure. The problem is that I don't know if the second guy was a genius or an idiot, and I'm not sure where to go with this. The EW has been bushed twice, once by each guy. The first guy used the larger dark colored bushings(Bergeon bronze maybe?)and the second guy's bushing is the same size as a KLM, but it's homemade, and it looks like he offset the hole to compensate for the larger bushing on the other side. Theoretically, that shouldn't have been necessary, because if the centers were in the same spot, the OD if the bushing would be irrelevant. I've tried measuring the distance form the center of each hole to the lower edge of the top "bar" in the plate, and they are close, but it could just barely hook the tip if my mic in the hole, so I don't have that much confidence in the accuracy. Each bushing is just slightly worn, and the holes barely our of round, and if it was a secons or third wheel, I would probably just go with it, but since it's the EW, I decided to seek some advice. Should I knock out the off-center bushing and replace it,or leave well enough alone? And to answer the question on everyone's mind, I don't know if it ran like that because I didn't test it on a stand. One of these days, I;m gonna learn that it pays to do that.