Hey everyone. I've recently jumped onto the "Warf" Craze hay wagon face first and I am loving it. A friend of mine turned me onto the black bear conversions a few weeks ago and I just got my first one put together tonight. I had the old black bear riser powder coated a nice copper/red. I cut out a 1/8" cork base for the limbs and then cut off a 1/16" - 3/32" from the butt of the limb. These sage limbs seem to be well crafted except for dimensions...The limb butts were completely out of square and I had to cut different sizes on the top and bottom to match up with the mounting holes. For the side guides on the limbs, I grabbed a piece of vinyl flooring sample at HD that just happened to be 1/16" thick. This slid in snug for me and worked perfectly but I am a wandering if this is a standard fit or just another sage limb consistency problem since i've seen where a few people have used 1/8" cork for the sides?? Either way, this worked for me on this particular build.