Hello everyone, I have just begun my first journey of putting together a watch. I ordered all of the parts and they all are supposed to fit Together. However I forgot to look at the case thickness when ordering and it is a bit to thick for the movement. I have placed the movement inside the watch and installed the case ring then attached those tiny and annoying pieces to secure the movement to the case ring with the provided screws. I am using a seagull st3620 movement and a 44mm case that is about 12.6mm thick. My question is, how do I stop the movement from moving up and down inside the case? I was thinking about getting another case ring insert and sanding it down to fit, would that help stabilize the movement inside the case? Any input would help. Thank you.