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I have COMPLETELY removed the dash assembly from my SS. Will be reworking the whole thing. My question is; how to remove the clear lens from the cluster. It is plastic welded. Do I need to drill it out? If so, can you recommend how to re-install it.
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70 Chevelle SS454/450 4spd.
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<~~~~"BoneHead"

That's what I feel like........never mind, I figured it out.

Thanks anyway,

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Steve, I just bought a gauge cluster to put in my 70 SS. I have not looked at it yet with respect to how to take it apart. I thought I might send it off for restoration.
I am in Fort Worth, where in Texas are you?
Your car photo looks awesome.
 

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I AM IN THE REPLATEING BUSINESS WE USE A DREMEL TOOL TO GRIND AWAY THE PLASTIC TILL THE LENS FALLS OUT THEN AFTER YOU GET IT REPLATED YOU CAN USE THICH SUPPER GLUE TO PUT BACK TOGETHER NO BIG DEAL HOPE IT HELP'S FROM APC

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Chuck,
I am in Murphy, TX, just outside of the Plano area. Thanks for the comment on the photo, I am quite proud of it.


FATCAT,
Thanks for the tip, I thought I might be able to clean it using Maguire's, but the lens is just too cloudy. What do you mean by, replateing? Is this an inexpensive alternative to replacing the plastic, or is buying new easier?


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[This message has been edited by Falcon70 (edited 01-23-2000).]
 
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