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  1. SecretNinja

    SecretNinja Oakley Expert

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    :assassin::pickingnose:Isn't a t6 and none of my allen wrenches work.

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  2. jdd32

    jdd32 X Metal Workshop

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    allen or T7/T8; use flat head if you're desperate
    drill out as last resort
     
  3. SecretNinja

    SecretNinja Oakley Expert

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    7 and 8 don't work. Can't find a flathead that fits yet. Don't trust myself to drill. Stem is still tight. Just bugs me that it's the wrong screw. I sent these to The X Man. He said he replaced it. I believe he did but, told me to take it out when I get new screws. I was hoping he cojld answer my question here. Can anyone shine the X Signal?
     
  4. OakleyFrankFMJ

    OakleyFrankFMJ The Legend - - Vlad the Impaler Premium Member Lifetime Member

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  5. SecretNinja

    SecretNinja Oakley Expert

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    Thanks bud.:assassin:
     
  6. jdd32

    jdd32 X Metal Workshop

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    Find a Torx big enough that'd grip into the hex. If T7/8 are too small, try T9,10 etc
     
  7. SecretNinja

    SecretNinja Oakley Expert

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    For Clarity,The X Man does superb work. I'm not bashing him by any means. Just wanna know what to use here.
     
  8. SecretNinja

    SecretNinja Oakley Expert

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    Thanks a lot my friend. I'll take out my kit. I'll update this post later with the results. Thanks for fixing these Juliets up for me. I have more coming your way here shortly.
     
  9. Slojack

    Slojack Oakley Collector Premium Member

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    We use torx at work when the allens just come up short.
     
  10. SecretNinja

    SecretNinja Oakley Expert

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    Juliets are manufactured with torx 6 but, their screws strip easily. After being tampered with a few times, with a cheap torx driver, they strip.