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Old 12-24-2012, 05:42 AM
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silver rings on guage cluster

does anyone know or have done. pulling off the silver rings on the guage cluster.. I am wanting to do something with it if possible but don't want to just start yanking and break it. i didn't know if it is clipped on, glued ect.

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I have lightly dinked around with trying to remove them on my 09 but no joy...I think they are glued in
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thats what i was afraid of. thanks thought.. guess they will stay put lol
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They aren't glued in. They are melted on to tabs in the back of the cluster. I removed my gauge cluster and ground off the melted "balls", saving the tabs for reconnecting. When I get the cluster back from hydro-dipping, I will simply melt the tabs again with a plastic welder
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