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  1. artsnletters

    artsnletters Guest

    i was looking at my old pair of juliets and to the best i can tell, looking at the serial number , with a magnifying glass (thru my 51 YO eyes) it was P014994. Does that seem right? how do you know what year they are. Sorry if thats a stupid question.
    Tim
     
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  2. qtrain23

    qtrain23 3D Printing Protege

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    Yea real. First gen plasma.
     
  3. artsnletters

    artsnletters Guest

    Sweet! Thanks for the info, what year are those likely?
    Tim
     
  4. BriP

    BriP X-Metalhead

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    hard to tell. not the original 1999 date, i would guess 2001-2003 ish.
     
  5. Oakleynerd

    Oakleynerd Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    moved to the x-metal section . . .
     
  6. artsnletters

    artsnletters Guest

    I remember when i bought them, just sold a pair of 1947 Schwinn Balloon tire bikes....fell in love with the juliets. 2000 ish sounds right. I wasn't forward thinking enough to keep the box, but i have the coin anyway. These things have been tuned up at least three times at Oakley HQ and had that many lenses replaced. The paint is rubbed off on the underside a little. The serial number appears to be engraved as opposed to later stuff being printed.
    Tim
     
  7. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379 What is that thing?!

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    The new Juliets are inspected for weak spots in the titanium, which addressed the fracturing problems earlier models used to have