I recently bought a circa 1923, two weight Herschede grandfather clock. One of the winding cables is broken. I am aware that most Herschede clocks use an 1/16” brass cable. However this clock has 3/64” cable in it. Steven Conover in his book - How to Repair Herschede Tubular Chime Clocks , 2nd Edition (Pg 43) identifies this clock’s movement as the lesser quality movement with zinc cast cable drums. - So my question is: “Is 3/64” brass cable correct for this movement or did someone put in the wrong size cable and I should switch it to 1/16” brass cable? - Thank you for your response and advice.