In this case the difference is not 1:10. A Seitz before stakes and punches is £290 + VAT https://www.cousinsuk.com/product/seitz-jewelling-tool-with-spindle
Maybe you can get the needed one as you go. Or bite the bullet for the complete set at £875 + VAT.
And I'm sure there are deals on Ebay if patient.
I would like a jeweling tool to practice correcting end shakes and also to install jewels. The Horia tool with a set of pushers/anvils is out of my budget at the moment.
I noticed a Chinese version
At first glance they look the same and being Chinese the price difference is huge, less than 10% of the Swiss version but too expensive to take a wild punt. Some Chinese tools and equipment i have purchased have been absolutely brilliant. Does anybody have any experience with this tool?
Maybe during manipulation some debris went in the train. You can't do anything but go by steps and elimination. Pallet off, ratchet wheel off, blown air on the train and it must move easily. Pallets back on, wind it a a little, the fork must jump from one side to the other at the lightest touch with an oiler. That will rule out an issue with the train without taking it apart.