I like to work on my own gear and I need to know where I can by an Original Floyd Rose to Install on my strats.
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U sure u want a floydrose? those things will make your nerves explode

I'm also assuming you realise you will have to do some routing, unless the strat has floating trem routing already
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Easy with the sarcasm, guys.

In all seriousness TS, check http://www.axcessories.com/products.asp?cat=132 for the Ping licensed FR
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Bridges,_tailpieces/Floyd_Rose_tremolos_and_parts/Schaller_Floyd_Rose_Locking_Tremolo_Complete_Set.html for the Schaller LFR
http://www.wdmusic.com/floyd_rose_tremolos.html for the Gotoh LFR
and http://www.warmoth.com/Original-Floyd-Rose-C693.aspx for an OFR

For future reference, Google first, then ask here.
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Actually I just did a search on ebay... And here as well and found the following:

It will cost you about $375.00 and about 20 minutes of labor. Including putting on the new strings!

Hi there, You can now buy a Floyd Rose designed for a Gibson Les Paul. No Routing Required! Just search " Gibson Floyd Rose " and you should find one for ONLY $375.00 !!!

There's usually 2 or 3 for sale every week! It's a cinche to Install and NO DAMAGE AT ALL TO YOUR GIBSON!!!!!!

Comes with a Kahler lock nut so you don't even have to drill holes for the FLoyd rose lock nut!
The main problem with those lies in the fact that there is no room whatsoever for the bridge to divebomb or pull up without routing. They hold tune amazingly well though.
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This guy is an advertiser, that last post is his ebay listing.
Report if you see that again, thanks!