The P1 pain. I like when the meter is in square. So it’s remove and add material squaring off the rectangular cutout. I have to go by Brad on where it is positioned but you can get the Replicas perfect. The Sw/Pot is cleaned with Deoxit D5, tinned and ready, positioned with epoxy or JB Weld. Fill the three tiny indents on the SW wheel, prime and spray. I use Rustoleum 7271 Silver Metallic. You need to center it in the slot and rotate it because it wobbles a bit. You will also need to remove the paint in the tiny slot for the SW shaft. Use two pieces of stuff board each side of the slot. Center it as the epoxy dries. Add more epoxy to the legs on each side. The Heyco bushing in the center is sanded down to remove the name, final thickness is .042. Scuff it with 1000 paper. She awaits the the acrylic rod done later on the lathe.