I'm working on an old gallery clock with a Welch movement circa 1860. Overall the movement looked good with no really bad wear. But when I inspected the strike second wheel I found the lantern pinion shroud cracked and a few of the trundles bent. All the teeth on the main wheel are good. I suspect someone really cranked down on it. Not having a lathe or the skills to use one is there any other way to repair this? I thought about solder but don't know if I can trust it.