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I don't know hoe they were originally installed but they can certainly be installed using a bushing machine or a small hammer and brass tubing.Thanks for all the great advice the parts that I want to remove and then reinstall are the locking plate, gathering pallet and any other "stuck" gears on a New haven triple plate chime movement that I want to clean and reassemble. I have used the lever method on watches as well as the stake and punch method so I guess I may have all the tools I need to proceed. Does anyone know if these parts were hand pressed on when the clock was built or were they driven on by machine? Thank you all again. Carl
I use the hammer and brass tubing method. Be sure to support the pivot on the other end of the arbor or you risk to bend the back plate and may get excessive end shake.I don't know hoe they were originally installed but they can certainly be installed using a bushing machine or a small hammer and brass tubing.