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  1. THE X-MAN

    THE X-MAN Forum Sponsor Gold Forum Sponsor Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Anybody use em yet......dying to see how people like em and how they feel,got a few on the way in for
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  2. Ry.1982

    Ry.1982 Oakley Collector Premium Member

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    Decided against them. Price point was too high for me.
     
  3. ajirbl

    ajirbl Oakley Enthusiast

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    I received some in the mail yesterday but have not used them yet.
     
  4. ajirbl

    ajirbl Oakley Enthusiast

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    ok, so i used some last night and they work pretty well. They prevent alot of outward flex in the bridge so they're tight but not super tight. Due to the design however, they don't prevent a lot of inward flex. It's not as if i can touch the earstem tips together, but they're not as tight as oem couplers on the inward direction...not that thats a huge deal anyways.
     
  5. THE X-MAN

    THE X-MAN Forum Sponsor Gold Forum Sponsor Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    im gonna try them next week and see how i feel about them.i think on the later gen frames my rubber will be much better because the monkeys at the assembly plant ground off the tabs on the orbitals leaving not enough surface area for the rubber to really be that effictive.
     
  6. kayana photography bali

    kayana photography bali Oakley Enthusiast

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    just arrived 10 set nose bridge coupler from linegear. but still waiting pin pusher to opened :)