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Needs a little more tweeking. But after taking a spin last night, 35 degrees out burr-baby-burr, I love it.
 

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Looks familiar, bro! :D

You're right....it is a bit of work to get the tach sunk down that deep but it is such a clean look! :doorag:

You can get some door trim (in black) at Autozone, etc. and put it around the cut you made...it will be like the icing on a cake!
 

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Sorta like my nuts on a cold winter's day, sucked right in there next to the warmth.
 

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Looks familiar, bro! :D

You're right....it is a bit of work to get the tach sunk down that deep but it is such a clean look! :doorag:

You can get some door trim (in black) at Autozone, etc. and put it around the cut you made...it will be like the icing on a cake!
I'll say it again-thanks for the help.
 

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Looks great, and reminds me that it's another thing on my rainy day list to do. :bigthumbsup::bigthumbsup:
 

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It's a great look. Dropped mine this summer, just took it apart and stuck down in the bucket....cost= $0. Look= priceless.:doorag:
 

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Did you takes any pics before re-assembly ?
That I did not-will next time its opened. I did something a bit different cutting the pastic. I used a wood pen burner with a "knife" point. This gave me a lot of control with less mess (fumes weren't bad). Once I was close to being through, it snapped off. I also used some rubber flashing to cover behind the assembly to black out any light, but really probably didn't need it.
 
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