As I gain more experience in clock repair, I now find it necessary to restore the pivots on the levers of a clock. Specifically a sessions mantel clock, t&s movement. Im comfortable now with rebushing and polishing the wheel pivots with the lathe but how does one restore the lever pivots? If they just need a twist of fine emery cloth by hand that would be ok but these have some rough surfaces and need to be turned down and maybe rebushed, but what is the proper way to do that? I cant chuck them up in the lathe at least on one end because the levers get in the way if they were to spin around. Another question: Where can I purchase the staking tools that I see how wheels are assembled to pivots? Seems like a larger diameter 4 pin hollow tool of some sort. Thanks in advance for your insight.