I just won a slightly more modern grandfather clock (70’s or so) at an auction. The movement and chains for the weights are all present and in good shape, but the weights themselves are missing. I’ve done some searching on the forum and from what I can tell, I can just buy new weight shells and fill them to save a bit of money on cost and shipping. I have the ability to cast metal and an abundance of lead in all shapes and sizes (I reload bullets often), so the weight aspect is no problem. Before I begin the repair, however, I wanted to clarify a few things with you all as you’ve been awesome in the past. Correct me if I’m wrong, but the weight shell SIZE (Length and diameter) doesn’t necessarily make a difference as long as the weight inside is correct and the shell doesn’t contact the floor of the clock, correct? Is there a standard shell size for this movement? I can’t seem to find anything. The entire clock sits 73.5” tall. Secondly, does someone have the ability to confirm my weights, please? The movement is a Hermle 451-050H. From what my research tells me, the weights should be 4.7, 4.7, and 6.6 respectively. Sound about right? Thanks again for all of the help so far.