A public service for those with post-2012 MIM Cabronitas trying to figure out which bridge to use to correct the string spacing. Fender made the Cabronitas with 3 different screw/string spacings: 1. 2012 MIM Cabronitas: strings: 2 1/8 screws: vintage (apparently) - why folks noticed the string holes didn't quite line up with the stock plate holes 2. 2013 Cabronitas + Cab Thinlines: strings: 2 3/16 screws: vintage (1.775", measured w/caliper) - uses MIM Vintage Hardtail Bridge - what I have and why I ended up doing this 3. USA Cabronitas: American Standard screws and string spacing. Anyway, make a long story short, I overlayed all the plate diagrams I could find, scaled them up and color coded them so you can see how they overlap. The GREEN overlay shows Fender's Am Vintage; more or less how the post-2012 Cabronitas are actually drilled; what you're up against. For my purposes, it appears the Hipshot (YELLOW) is the only one that has both the vintage screw spacing AND 2 1/16" string spacing. This explains why almost everyone says it's a drop-in replacement that corrects the string spacing, be it 2012 or 2013. It uses larger string holes that expose most of the vintage spaced string holes on post 2012 MIM, like the one I have. Next best fit looks to be the Rutters La Buritto V (MAGENTA), which also has vintage mounting but slightly wider string spacing (2 1/8), just shy of Am Std's 2.08". The original Burrito (LT BLUE) appears to use Fender's Am Std. pattern. Finally, the Am Std hardtail (RED) bridge has the narrowest string and screw spacing. Judging from this diagram, it would only expose about 1/3 of the vintage spaced string holes. I'll pass on the Axecaster (DK BLUE) due to the string holes being farther up than they should be. I have no clue how Callaham manages to work on MIM and USA cabs + thinlines, with AmStd screw spacing and 2 1/16 string spacing. Even with larger string holes, it would be a strain to screw it on. Maybe someone knows... But it says they work on his website. Marc Rutters sent me his diagram. The others I lifted from Warmoth and respective websites. Happy Trails!