Kind of. This is a weird way of stopping the pivot popping problem but it’s simple, and it works.
What you need:
1/16" thick rubber washer. I used this.
edit: you can also use a solid washer as long as it’s under 1/16". Isn’t as effective though.
First up, remove the c-clip.
Search around and you see lots of people saying that taking the the c-clip off is the worst thing that’s happened to them, but nah. Take some pliers and rip the two tabs on it apart like they’re a dude who got tossed into a crowd in a 70’s zombie movie. Just treat it like the trash it is and it’ll come off.
Put the washer on top of the actuator, put the e-clip on, and there you go. No more jumpy ls-32. If you want to make things easier you can take off the gate and switches so you can pull down on the actuator as you’re putting everything together.
Diagonal edges on the gate take slightly more pressure to hit until the rubber washer gets broken in.
Only works with the throw of the stock square gate.
Anyways this mod doesn’t fix the root of the problem, it just stops the stick from over traveling enough to pop the pivot.
So why not a 1/16" metal washer? Because the reduction in throw wouldn’t let you hit the diagonals on the gate. A rubber washer is a compromise that lets you pop the pivot if you really push, but still lets you hit the corners easily on a square gate.
Anyways I’ve been using this for a week and really like it. If anyone tries this I’m interested to know if it works out, I’m not sure if manufacturing tolerances will even let it work consistently on different ls-32s.