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« on: 18:50, Thu 08 January 2009 »
not sure where this post should be, sorry, but....

1. i'm trying to change the color of the slips in my speedo', the slips on the speed and rev counter/turbo dials are screwed in. but the 3 dials in the middle (oil temp, engine temp, and fuel) are held in by some push in nail, i've tried every which way to try to get them out and i just can't do it

dose any one know the easiest/correct way to get them out???

2. there are 2 bulbs sizes in the speedo' i've managed to get new l.e.d's for the bigger sizes, but is it possible to get new l.e.d's for the smaller sizes ??

thanks allot for the time  :D
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« Reply #1 on: 18:57, Thu 08 January 2009 »
i used a very sharpe knife on my first ever reno , NEVER AGAIN will i grace them white dials with my prescence lol yeah any way sharpe knife be carefull :lol:

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« Reply #2 on: 19:27, Thu 08 January 2009 »
not a fan of the white dials then?? :oops: and if it is just a case of getting underneath the head and popping them out its all good, thanks allot

any know about the l.e.ds ???


thanks alot  :D  :D
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« Reply #3 on: 10:30, Fri 09 January 2009 »
Those small nails are in fact small screws but do not have line for screwdriver. I use small calipers and place them horizontal to dials while turning small screw. It will be very hard for the first time since plastics are holding 'em very tight. Any other time is piece of cake.

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« Reply #4 on: 18:25, Fri 09 January 2009 »
i just cut away the std dial, then spin em out with fingers :)