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I like to make sure the bushing is riding the entire cutout, it's purpose is to protect the limbs and true the limb to the center. I even use Teflon tape to make it a snug fit to keep it in that position and eliminate the buzzing we often get with those bushings. I believe Sam is also building some with internal threads to ensure that it remains in that position.

I PM Sam Dunham for anything Warf, he's a serious guru when it comes to fit.
 

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I just got a BB warf . I have a set up question for a first time user..Should the bolt bushing bottom out on the limb cut out or can the bushing just go half way in?
As long as the limb is captured your good. The fitting needs to be the primary contact and not the limb fork slot.
 
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