Originally Posted by Bubbachicken
Do I have to destroy the bezel in removing it, then buy another one someplace (like anyone will HAVE one???). Is this going to be the start of my ratting of this bike?
Is it going to be cheaper to just get another entire gauge??
That is the first tricky step in working on these things - how to remove the bezel without trashing it so it'll go back on looking nice. If you pry up on the crimp, the bezel wants to splay outward - not a good thing. So having some way to support the outside edge while prying on the lip is necessary to a clean job.
Wanted: Dead, smashed, crashed or trashed gauges
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