My main squeeze is a 1999 Les Paul Classic Premium Plus. It has the push in bushing tuners on it. The problem is that the high e string tuner is very loose feeling. there is alot of play in the metal part that attaches to the key, and the key itself has developed a crack that has been getting worse over the last month or so, I think it will fall off sooner rather than later. Some of the other keys are feeling loose as well, so I think it is time for a change. Due to my guitar being quite naturally reliced, I would like to get some tuners that are aged so they dont look out of place. I saw at RS guitarworks that they offer a tonepros style aged kluson set, but they say it will require a slight modification. Does this mean I will need to enlarge the holes to the grover size holes, or is it just something little that I could sand out? I like that they use a 16:1 ratio rather than the usual 12:1, but I would rather have it be a drop in replacement, or require just a little sanding.