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  1. Vetle97

    Vetle97 Oakley Beginner

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    Hey, I was wondering if anyone could post a video on how to remove the bands on Oakley Radarlock. I've read the threads but I did not quite understand. If anyone who is able to remove them without damaging the frame or paint could post a video or a very detailed tutorial, I would be very thankful.

    Thanks
     
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  2. djhyper66

    djhyper66 Oakley Expert

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    No video but I get a very small screw driver and press the two tabs out from the inside. Take alot of effort to do too!! Never broke , or had anything bad happen. Swap tons of them.


    There a hidden third tab that hold the band in as well.

    Man up!! Really hard to break anything, or have anything bad happen.

    No risk no reward!!!I mod oakley, gshocks.. alway learn by doing things and sometimes breaking things, but I have tons of radarlocks that I swap and I have never had a problem popping them out with a small screw driver.

    Removing radarlock bands - pic20140611234155_zpsnut3wcmv.jpg
    Removing radarlock bands - pic20140611234358_zpsx5kdbje1.jpg
     
    Last edited: 12/3/15
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  3. Vetle97

    Vetle97 Oakley Beginner

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    Thanks alot for your answer man, will try that. Also really sick collection dude!!
     
  4. djhyper66

    djhyper66 Oakley Expert

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    Hope it goes ok!!
     
  5. Vetle97

    Vetle97 Oakley Beginner

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    Thanks!!
     
  6. Ventruck

    Ventruck Oakley Expert

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    I believe @dr.chop previously suggested boiling water when this question was asked before. It would soften things up a bit, but you'd need like a pot of water to really make the difference. Tap probably wouldn't get the job done, and perhaps be more wasteful.