We recently purchased a Haas HPCL and we are setting it up with gang tooling. The issue is the tailstock, which is almost in the way when zeroing the machine, and will definitely be in the way with long tooling sticking out of the back of a gang tooling block. I am also considering the best way to set up the tooling, such as the gang block more towards the right side of the pad on the middle row of holes so a conventional tool post can be used on the close left corner. Does this make sense? If we decide to do this, then the tailstock will really be in the way. So, my question is, is there a way to keep the Z axis from traveling so far to the right when zeroing the machine? It looks as simple as re-positioining the metal tab that trips the sensor. Would this cause any other problems regarding the operation of the machine other than loss of Z travel to the right?