Hi Chaps, I have been working on a Kieninger SKS - the early model. The movement is to be honest extremely worn and I wasn't going to bother with it as it needs at least 7 bushings! Anyway I decided to have a go. I separated the plates made a good job of the strike and time train but I must have slightly misplaced a bushing in the chime train which I will probably check out tomorrow ! I have uploaded 3 images of this movement: Here they are The middle picture is shows the wheels NOT reaching??! The arbor of these gears are not bent! Is this because the teeth are worn?? I have never seen this before. The teeth on the gears do not (by far) make any contact!! So even if I had have got the bushing correctly positioned in the chime train (which i have taken a overhead picture of the gears assembled in the chime train for you all to view just in case I have misplaced a gear), I would not have been able to get this movement up and running because of the two gears that do not mesh! Is this really wear?