My interest in clock repair is fairly new. I know that bushing pivot holes is one of the main skills needed and I have practiced with a few KWM reamers and bush's that I acquired. Photo's 1 & 2 show my attempts made without any expensive equipment. I now have an old FMS movement from a wall clock. Once out of the case it ran well mounted on the bench. When I took it apart and cleaned it I found what looks like a previous bush repair on pivot holes that now need to be repaired (bushed) again. It also looks like the past repair required a lot of peening to get the bush's to stay in plus some staking to close up other holes. The question I have is, can I ream and bush in the old bush or do I need to try to get it out first and ream to a larger bush? By the look of the plate around the two pivot holes in question I'm afraid I would do too much damage for any repair to be made and I may be better off just reassembling and oiling. Like I said, it did run pretty well. I've attached pictures that show the pivots and damage.