Definitely not a good idea, go for the full display assembly. The digitizer is glued and separating it from the glass is close to impossible without damaging the former, even for professionals, and then you'd have to glue the new glass to the digitizer which isn't exactly easy either.
Starting here I used a screwdriver in the newly created gap to widen it progressively, as the two sides just wouldn't come apart just like that. It's all glue so you just have to make it snap.
Here's a shot of my ghetto knot stopper (you can see the blue duct tape wrapping the solder section in the back). The loop direction matters for the cable to act as a stopper on itself. It fits like a glove, so be sure not to pinch the cable when closing the case. http://imgur.com/im4FCE6
Since I couldn't reuse the stopper, I made a simple knot right after the duct-taped part, tight enough to fit in the case but loose enough to not put undue constraint on the cable yet act as a stopper against the case edge. It turns out it's a perfect fit.
I had no shrink tube so I used thin isolation duct tape here, wrapping each cable and solder individually on as much length as sounds reasonable, then wrapping again both together.
Reusing the plastic stopper was a no-go for me, as the innermost part had the cables so embedded (the thing appears molded: no metal clip and no mantle), twisted and compressed inside (checked by slicing the whole thing) that pulling them was physically impossible. If yours is like mine, save some time and drill through the whole thing or mark it as a loss.
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