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  1. Anonymous

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    I may have mentioned this before; I have a crooked head. lol. because of this, I use different size t-shocks on my xmetals (15 on one side 25 on the other). I have an r2 that only has 15s. if anyone has a single piece of 25 they want to sell or trade for one of my 15s or has a pair of 25s they want to sell, please let me know. black or rootbeer will do. thanks
     
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  2. Anonymous

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    +1 :lolsign:

    I was searching for these a while back also. I actually bought a complete pair just to split the included T25s between 2 other pairs. <sigh>

    Good luck with the search!
     
  3. Anonymous

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    I thought I was alone. lol

    i did the same thing. I have 1 complete pair so I split the 25s with another pair. just need one more for my 3rd pair.
     
  4. Anonymous

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    On a related note I have found that tweaking the tune up on some X-Metal frames can offset this requirement. Some pairs one side was more loose and 'off' than the other - it did not sit as it should and the need for the larger tshock on one side compensated for this to a point. When I tightened up the nose they sat much better. I have also noticed the gaps to the nose being more 'even' than they were prior. I have also disassembled a few pairs that were tight, including a couple of LNIB pairs - I reassembled them, and they fit better, more even. I suppose YMMV :car:
     
  5. Anonymous

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    thanks for the tip. I wish it were that simple for me. my head's so crooked, I have the same problem with omatter frames. lol. I usually insert rubber/plastic pieces in my omatter frames just so they sit straight on my face. sucks
     
  6. Anonymous

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    bump. still looking :(