We've scoured this chassis for parts, and there's not much left—except for the outrageously awesome spring-loaded hinge mechanism that supports the display.
If you opt for Apple's VESA mount adapter kit, you'll get to indulge in a rare moment of Apple-sanctioned disassembly of your iMac Pro: inserting a card in the back disengages the spring, unveiling the row of Torx screws securing the stand.
This is probably the one and only time Apple will sell you a screwdriver and tell you to have at it.
Of course, if you're reading this, there's a good chance you're already fully prepared.
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