Trem bushes. Bendmaster Deluxe.

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Trem bushes. Bendmaster Deluxe.

Post by Westbone on Wed Jan 12, 2011 1:26 pm

http://www.floydrose.com/pdf/FloydRose_PartsCatalog.pdf

2, 4, 6, fit the bendmaster deluxe trem, in fact they all will. You'll have to change your trem arm on 1,3,5, though.

The 'hole' in the Bendmaster Deluxe trem is 9mm. Smile




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Re: Trem bushes. Bendmaster Deluxe.

Post by corsair on Wed Jan 12, 2011 2:24 pm

This is on page 17, right??

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Re: Trem bushes. Bendmaster Deluxe.

Post by Westbone on Wed Jan 12, 2011 4:44 pm

Yes page 17. The link was direct but seems to have a mind if it's own.
Cheers for that corsair. Right on. Smile

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Re: Trem bushes. Bendmaster Deluxe.

Post by danagos on Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:40 pm

That's a nice find. cheers

Do you know if any of the "fine tuning screws" work with the Bendmaster FT or Deluxe Bridges?

I have a Deluxe that I've inserted 2mm x 8mm Allen Head screws into, seems to work quite nicely.

Mine are black screws, looking for chrome. They lack the large head of the original, but workable.

It will probably be for sale along with the rest of the parts left from a disappointing Spectrum DX I recently overpaid for.

Corsair, today I found your post on custom cast heads for the aforementioned screws, with your initials yet! sunny Lucky you.

No, I'm not going to ask if I can get some made, I read to the end. Smile

Now, how about locking plates & screws for the Nut? :?: Any work-arounds there?

thanks,
dan

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Re: Trem bushes. Bendmaster Deluxe.

Post by corsair on Thu Jan 13, 2011 3:09 am

danagos wrote:Corsair, today I found your post on custom cast heads for the aforementioned screws, with your initials yet! sunny Lucky you.

Now, how about locking plates & screws for the Nut? :?: Any work-arounds there?

Yes, I was a bit lucky with that, eh!! As for the plates and shims for the BM Deluxe; nope; that's all work but it's not too onerous; I knocked out a set of shims in about 5 hours, on and off, and Racing has made the actual steel washers in even less time, though he has a fully equipped workshop. When Spares is back up, he has the lock plates but you still need to makes the shims for underneath the strings....

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