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    The plate was secured, the wire connected, and it was a done-deal.
    We wanted to have stickers made with the little high-beam, blinker, and battery symbols for the new lights.  A scan from the Phrankentruk gauges was brought to a local printer for laser cutting.  The problem was in trying to get the big part of the sticker off while leaving the tiny bits we wanted. Several installation methods were tried before we stuck the whole thing on the tach face and then picked off the parts we didn't want with a needle.
    The center LED hole was drilled right over the "X 100" part of the "X 100 RPM" print on the gauge face.  Tracy mixed up some testers model paint to match and covered it up.