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Thread: Buzz Feiten Tuning System BFTS

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    tom is offline Supreme Commander of the Anderson Empire
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    front edge of nut to center of first fret is 1.4", standard is 1.431". you should also notice that the nut mounting screw holes would have to be a little oval shaped. when we do it here, we plug the original holes from the top, then alter the holes one the back side, making them a little oblong shaped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GDane1 View Post
    Sweet top!!!
    Grand Am, no top

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom View Post
    front edge of nut to center of first fret is 1.4", standard is 1.431". you should also notice that the nut mounting screw holes would have to be a little oval shaped. when we do it here, we plug the original holes from the top, then alter the holes one the back side, making them a little oblong shaped.
    Thanks for the info. I'll measure that af first thing.
    Are you sure that it's not some early day one off from your factory?

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    we didn't hear about the system till '96, so unless we were cruising in the delorean, it had to be done later.

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    No flax capacitor then?

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    Does the number on the BF sticker reveal something like who, when....

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    not that I know of, looks like a sticker that retrofitters wood use.

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