#1
Hello dudes and fellows.

i have a fender 50' classic strat 2007, and the spring in the hole of the tremolo arm has fallen out, didn't new it could, but i read it at the guitar specifications on fenders website some time ago.

the problem is that when i turn my tremolo arm, it makes a kind of "metal vs. metal" sound, and it also sits a little loose in the whole, also the arm has kind of an uneven resistance when i turn it. so what to do? well get a new spring i surpose, but where to get that? saw it on the fender home page but i haven't seen a shop where u can get them. second; should i put some sort of oil down in the tremolo arm hole?

also because the spring was not there i think i some time ago screwed the tremolo arm to long down in the whole, and the screw part of the tremolo arm seems a little wasted.. should i get a new one? i dunno if the screw part of the whole is wasted or ruined.. hard to see..

so Please HELP ME!!! ARGHH
#2
whole=hole

you could try to put some grease into the hole and try another tremolo arm.
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#3
i lost my strat trem spring recently. its not difficult to get a new one just google 'fender strat trem spring', there are lots of suppliers ready to send you one. they usually supply a pack of 5 or so for a few pounds. it just drops in the hole before you screw the trem arm in.

luckily i found mine again before buying new ones, it had fallen out in the case.
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#4
yeah i found mine to.. but at that time i had no idea what it was for.. but i remember i put it somewhere .. but can't remember where.. so guess i am going to order some ... thanks for the tip:P... what about oiling the arm? buying a new arm?
#5
I have found the tremolo arm tension springs at varius websites... but can't find a website witch also surplies international... i live in denmark, Europe.. can only find surpliers for america..
#7
I bought a few at a guitar shop - no need to fool around online.