Since there was a piece of broken vibrato bar in the bridge block of my Mexican Squier, I decided to replace the bridge. I got it from Guitar Center - it’a Proline Parts. The tech there measured it to make sure it would fit. Before changing, the bridge was decked, with 5 springs. I’ve put in the new bridge, with only 3 springs for now because, being stubborn, I want, if possibke, for the bridge to float. I’ve set my Am Std up that way, and don’t recall any major issues, but it has been awhile... So I’m trying to follow Frudua’s method but I’m having trouble getting the bridge flush with the body to start adjusting it to float. I’ve loosened the 6 bridge plate screws, the strings, tightened the claw screws, but as soon as I tune the strings to pitch, the bridge rises way up. Is this normal? Should I add a 4th spring? I suppose I could give up, throw in two more springs and leave it decked, but things that don’t work like they should annoy me... I’d be grateful for any advice. Thanks!