Neck Mounting Ferrules

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Neck Mounting Ferrules Chrome, package of 12

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Neck Mounting Ferrules

For bolting a neck onto a contoured solidbody when a flat neck attachment plate is impractical.

5/8"-diameter counterbored holes required. Supplied in packages of 12.

Mounting screws sold separately.

We recommend using a 5/8" diameter Fisch Forstner Bit, or brad-point drill bit to recess these neck bolt ferrules to 3/16" standard depth (this may vary according to instrument design). The suggested 5/8" diameter is slightly oversize to allow for finish thickness in the recess. Use a 15mm bit if you plan to fit the ferrule with no finish in the recess.


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Goodbye neck plates

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For any builders that use any kind of bolt neck joint thats not a square, these are perfect. I like them better than plates personally cause you aren't held to the screw placement of a traditional plate. And if you want 5 or 6 screw in the neck then go right ahead. Just use a good forstner bit for cutting the hole. A drop of glue and press them in. Ready to go.

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For that professional touch.

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These ferrules are sized perfectly and look great.

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Tight fit problem

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If you use too much lacquer, the ferrules are too tight. Heat with a soldering iron, and press in with a wood dowel. Just be careful not to overheat. They will fit perfectly. If you need to remove them, I chuck up a 1/4" screw remover and spin the ferrules right out without any chipping.

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