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using aluminum bezel with glowing gauge overlays

Hi Everyone

I have a electron blue 2002 corvette convertible. I have installed the aluminum bezels from vette essentials a few years ago, it was not too difficult but a long process to get the dash out, installing the bezels, putting cluster back in. It looks awesome as the are anodized blue that match the paint super close

My question is about the installation of the glowing gauges overlays. i called bot the vette essential and the company that i bought the gauge overlays from but they couldn't answer me. i hope one of you people can

1. DO I HAVE TO REMOVE THEM BEFORE INSTALLING THE OVERLAYS
2 CAN I PUT THEM BACK ON AFTER I FINISH THE OVERLAYS?
3. DOES ANY ONE KNOW OR HAVE DONE THIS?

well vette essetials said that even though i used super glue they should pop off but they didnt know if i can could reuse them after installing the overlays?

i would hate to ruin the bezels or overlays but they are cheep compared to what it would cost to replace the cluster if i screw it up.

any and all help is greatly appreciated.thanks
Will [email protected]
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