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  1. joe68

    joe68 Oakley Beginner

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    I've searched already, and I understand these are a pain anyway, but it seems like no matter what I try, with the lens in and the tab in the recessed part of the frame, I can't get the studs to close. I guess I could understand if this was a non O lens, the other side is clipped in, just cannot get the right side to shut. Any suggestions.

    Thanks,
    -Joe

    Please don't PM me about them... :laugh:
     
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  2. nalong86

    nalong86 Oakley Beginner

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    Do you have the notch in the lens lined up properly with the cutout inside the orbital? Sometimes the lens will look like it is in properly but need to be rotated inside the orbital to get the notch lined up comepletely. Mars lenses can be a pain. Good luck!
     
  3. xmetalmaniac

    xmetalmaniac Made of Metal Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Make sure the lens is lined up properly also. I have tightened mine down with a pair of curved needle nose pliers. Never had an issue doing swaps afterwards. Just be careful and use moderate pressure. The ends of the pliers are shrink wrapped.
     
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