These are the correct size for the holes in the mighty mite aftermarket necks, when fitting vintage style tuners. fit tight and look good!
These were absolutely perfect to add my set of Grover Sta-Tites to my build. I would suggest leaving them out until you have properly finished buffing and polishing the guitar, I was a bit too aggressive and took the gold off mine :- Great product! Great staff!
Stewmac is the best option for those who want to convert their new style tuners to the vintage ones. It actually looks like the original bushings unlike the ones out in the market.
used on my mighty mite reverse neck and there was still a little bit of play. was hoping for a tight fit as described by some other customers, but no dice here. still the best thing i've found so far, though.
Great product, so easy to fit vintage tuners to a modern headstock. They dont look oversized or out of place.I used them on a relic project recently.
I bought two sets of 10.5mm bushings to convert from 3/8" mounting holes in two Mighty Mite Stratocaster style headstocks to mount 1/4" split shaft Kluson Tuners and the bushings worked PERFECT! They can be pressed in by hand not requiring the additional purchase of a hand arbor press and they still fit snug enough to hold well. NOW- About shipping...PERFECT!!! How did the world ever get along before Stewart MacDonald?
The 10.5 bushings were perfect for my headstock and more importantly, are the perfect flange diameter so that the view from the front is pleasing and in proportion to both the tuner stem and the round string retainer (on my Telecaster).
Bushings fit perfectly in my Art & Lutherie Ami headstock. They're also a perfect fit for the Grover 18:1 Sta-Tite tuners.
Thanks, Stew Mac, for making this upgrade a walk in the park!
Excellent bushings , fits perfectly.
Got them in without using force , still a tight fit.
Bought a set of 10.5 conversion bushings for a Telecaster project. Also bought a brand new set of Fender vintage winders for the job. The shafts on the winders measure .235 while the inner I.D. of the bushing is .262 That is a lot of "play" in there. I would have liked a tighter fit. Yes, they will work, but you may want to measure up your shafts on your winders first.
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