weed_killer wrote:Make sure you square the edges to avoid any catching when the arm is engaged.
julius_deane wrote:weed_killer wrote:Make sure you square the edges to avoid any catching when the arm is engaged.
Do you mean so the spring doesn't catch in the cavity?
weed_killer wrote:at first I was concerned cause the paint looked all beat up, but then I saw that it looked like before the installation, so, uh, yeah looks good! You should be able to adjust the spring tension and get the lock to work - sometimes the spring is set too tight when they put the units together. I'd detune first before adjusting it though. Also, if you're unaware, if you want to put a mustang bridge on you can pop the legs out and drill out the two holes a bit to mount it using the t-o-m studs already in there. Much easier than pulling the studs out (unless you really want the rocking movement).
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