I am restoring a clock marked Camerer, Kuss on the labels but which has all the attributes of another Beha I own (#256) with the same wooden movement. I see the case design (rooster on a fence) in a Beha catalog as well. When I acquired the clock each of the bushings were exuding a green, greasy residue which I have almost completely cleaned up. The strike train was frozen and now is functional but not perfect. So now I want to remove all the old grease residue, polish the pivots, and thoroughly clean out the bushing holes. However, I have stopped my disassembly of the strike train because I'm not sure how to correctly remove the pinion that drives the countwheel. It is pressed and pinned on to the shaft of the wheel that is powered by the chain and weight. (Sorry I don't know proper terminology but would like to know) I can remove the taper pin, but I don't want to remove the pinion until I'm confident I know how. What is the best method / tool to use?