Has anyone tried this idea with 9052'S?

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    Has anyone tried this idea with 9052'S?

    I have a blue 9052 with black strapkeepers and black buttons. Has anyone tried swapping those black bits onto a black 9052 to make an all-black 9052?


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    Re: Has anyone tried this idea with 9052'S?

    Check out the thread below - Buzzbait did an awesome job!

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?t=62434

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    Re: Has anyone tried this idea with 9052'S?

    I wouldn't mind black strap keepers on mine. I think the original ones cheapen it's looks slightly.
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    Re: Has anyone tried this idea with 9052'S?

    The DW-9052 definitely looks good with black parts of the blue model.


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    Re: Has anyone tried this idea with 9052'S?

    You mean a bit like the old DW9000?

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    Thanks for your patience!

    Thanks to those who replied to my post, showing me examples and providing a link to the information I was seeking.

    I wish that I had done a search before asking the question, though. If I had done so, I would have avoided cluttering up the forum.

    You folks have a great community here, and thanks again for your patience with a newby!

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