#2
Two things:

1) Don't use caps lock. It is not cruise-control for cool, and makes you look like a tool (also, spell-check is your friend)

2) Yes, if you are willing to fill the old screw holes, and drill new posts for the new bridge. After that, it'd just be a simple matter of intonating and setting up the new bridge for your preferred action.
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A man chooses, a slave obeys.
#3
well, you could do it the poor man way and just unscrew the middle four screws in your bridge...

but if you want a Wilkinson, or something of that sort, its what brock said
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#5
My way:
1)dowel the holes from your old trem (not necessary, but adds a bit of stability)
2)drill the new holes for your new trem
3) Install new trem
4) Intonate and adjust
5)Play
R.I.P. Les Paul, 1915-2009

A man chooses, a slave obeys.
#6
As long as you fill the old holes, then just drill two new ones and yeah what brock said.
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