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    Sterling SUB Silo 3 Replacement Tuner

    Hi, I'm new to this forum. I'm not sure If I'm posting in the right place.

    I recently bought a Sterling By MusicMan SUB SILO 3 and I was considering replacing the tuners to a locking one if possible.

    Looking at the original tuners, I don't see any screw holes. How does this work? I presume its held by friction. What do you call these types of tuners? Are there replacements for this type of tuner?

    Would locking tuners require drilling?

    Cheers

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    http://www.sporthitech.com/hipshot-g...locking-tuner/

    http://www.sporthitech.com/hipshot-g...locking-tuner/

    yes you would probably need to drill the little holes for screws to keep the tuners from rotating.
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    Thanks. Is there an option that does not require drilling?

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