I have a wood works movement, that will run, but rather weakly. The second wheel pivot on the pinion side is severely worn. In fact I've never seen a pivot so worn. It needs to be replaced before any other repair is made. Is it possible to pull the worn pivot out of the wooden arbor and drive a new one in? I have pivot wire, and if need be I can turn it down to the right diameter and polish it. This seems to me the only path forward, that is, pull the old wire out and drive a new one home, but it would be very reassuring if someone with more experience than I could comment. I've been asking a lot of questions. People have been very helpful. This Forum has one very appreciative member. I bushed another clock today. I have had a Terry Jr pillar & scroll for years. Today I decided to look at it again. I noticed right away that there was an enormous amount of side shake to the upper pivot of the escape wheel. I bushed it. To my amazement, after all these years, the clock is running now. I have not run it for the full drop of the weight yet, so other problems may reveal themselves, but at least one problem is fixed. So again a very appreciative member here.