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  1. lawman0210

    lawman0210 Oakley Collector

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    Switching out my small to large nose bombs I noticed the they are not asymetrical. One side is slightly thicker then the other. Which side is left which is right?

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  2. pistolpetefan23

    pistolpetefan23 Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    The "cutout" of the nosepiece should match up better with one of the nosepieces. I just can't remember which one :)
     
  3. BriP

    BriP X-Metalhead

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    thick side towards your nose. thats the whole point - the thick nosebombs are to raise the glasses slightly for a different fit.
     
  4. lawman0210

    lawman0210 Oakley Collector

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    Didn't realize it was necessarily the thickness moving inward versus just being taller or bigger in depth
     
  5. BriP

    BriP X-Metalhead

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    yup, you'll see the outline of the nosebombs also fit better into the groove in the frames that way of course. in juliets they are labelled L and R to make it easier. lower case alphabets for small size bombs.
     
  6. gdiii18

    gdiii18 Oakley Enthusiast

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    Yup, what BriP said. When installed correctly they should "point" inward or have an inward slant.