I have 72 Telecaster deluxe with the hard-tail Strat style bridge. I did some upgrades and part of that was going to cloth pushback wire. I noticed that the extra bulk of this wire caused the bridge plate to not want to lay flat as I tightened it down. Compared to the thin plastic stock wire, the cloth wiring is thicker and doesn't flatten as easily. Eventually, I just ended up cranking down on the bridge plate screws and I assume it sort of pressed the wire into the wood a bit below the bridge plate and it appears to be laying flat now. Is this a common thing or did I miss a more obvious solution?