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    Quote Originally Posted by cddragon View Post
    I did. Now I have to tighten the bottom screw every couple of months because the arm holder goes a little loose.
    I just installed it sans Loctite - worked pretty well but the actual trem arm was machined a little smaller than the casing so I'll have to find another bar for it
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    can this get stickied? It took way too long to find this

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    yeah can we have that back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    yeah can we have that back?
    Someday.

    I had high hopes that there would be an easy way to copy good threads over to the Wiki, but there isn't, and after doing like 2 of them by hand I said "fuck this".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Someday.

    I had high hopes that there would be an easy way to copy good threads over to the Wiki, but there isn't, and after doing like 2 of them by hand I said "fuck this".
    At work we call "someday" and "eventually" both "the place that good features go to die"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Someday.

    I had high hopes that there would be an easy way to copy good threads over to the Wiki, but there isn't, and after doing like 2 of them by hand I said "fuck this".

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    Done this replacement on a fair few guitars with edge bridges so far, really like the improvement as the bars on the edge trems are just too loose as they're really worn out.

    Kind of slowly retrofitting them to all guitars as prefer the feel of them now, and they are more solid. Very worthwhile upgrade!

    Only thing is putting the schaller one on can be fiddly as the base plate is thick enough to only allow for a little bit of contact when screwing it on, but once done it's fine

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