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S Series/ZR tremolo grounding question...

Anyone know how to ground a ZR trem? There is no tremolo claw, so the usual method is out. Also most of the parts are padded with felt, so it's effectively isolated electrically. Only way I can think of is a wire running under the the trem post studs, but that seems like a LOT of trouble. Any one got any ideas, or an s series to check it on?
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