Hell everyone and thanks for visitingmy post. I have a nice Elgin 0S G320 mod2 15036330. Going throught this watch I found that the balance wheel seems to find a dead end in its travel in one direction, This could be that the roller and pallet fork are not lined up when the balance is put in place. The roller when observed is in 90 degree to the balance arm. all of the teeth on the escape wheel seem even and complete. the pallets operate on all of them. Moving on I find the hold down for the pallet arm is terribly scratched, the pallet fork its self looks like it could possibly be twisted or in some other manner not as designs would desire... I found the bridge that holds the pallet fork top pivot a little mis shapen, but the fork was free when installed in place, and the fork seemed to travel in the correct path, but had some up and down play if touched at the fork. When I look on the front face I find the pallet travel stop screw head type adjusting slots are bashed as if someone used a 2 LB ball peen on them, someone really forced these things with their screw driver to make them move. So there is my primary concern, is this old girl ok if the fork travels well enough to let the escape do it's business? Should I make the clearance close so the fork will not over-travel? And what if any would be a rule of thumb for what distance should be between the posts? Is there a basic rule like 3 or 4 times the width of the fork arm? If I can find a new pallet fork and escape wheel I will get those... In the mean time It also needs a mainspring,,, time to reinforce my mainspring skills... Thank you all for any input you have and have a great weekend!