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  1. jlee226

    jlee226 Oakley Beginner

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    How much does a x metal r1 cost without a box or coin in decent condition. Mainly to wear around. Last time on ebay I saw one go for 465 but lenses had stress cracks.

    Thanks! :3
     
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  2. rmontez

    rmontez Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    Prices are all over the place but I haven't seen any sell for less than what you mentioned. High end mid $600. I paid $634 and $655 for mine with no box, coin and one pair needed new lenses and rubbers.
     
  3. Phibz408

    Phibz408 Oakley Beginner

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    Best option for a wear around pair is get one with a good frame and plan on changin the lenses to custom cust and changing the rubbers out and you will be good to go, probably the best way to get a lower price. plan on still paying in the 400-600 range after all is said and done.
     
  4. jlee226

    jlee226 Oakley Beginner

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    O forsure, definently. Im planning on going oem oakley custom cut if i do. Is there any good options? and what do people mean when they say donor lens...? :/
     
  5. jlee226

    jlee226 Oakley Beginner

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    btw where are rubbers readily available? Could i acquire them from line gear? thanks for the help guys
     
  6. Phibz408

    Phibz408 Oakley Beginner

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    http://www.oakleyforum.com/threads/cutting-lenses-what-works.12332/
    Fast jackets work if memory serves me, I cant open the table that I have attached right now because im not logged into google, but take a look at that chart and it will help you determin a donor lense, meaning a lense that has the correct curvature and size to be cut to fit the romeo.

    linegear is good, especially for the gaskets, you won't find oakley gaskets for less than $70-80. Temples are pretty easy since you can use the juliets or mars, nose bombs go linegear unless you can find a deal on oakley ones
     
  7. washi me sensie

    washi me sensie The Oakley R┼Źnin

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    lenses you could get them cut from some members here.... rubbers you could get OEM from ebay or either order from linegear!
     
  8. jlee226

    jlee226 Oakley Beginner

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    ahh, i see, thank you so much! what would be a fair price for a r1 frame without lenses or rubbers? guesstimation. might possibly consider posting a wtb thread once i have funds avaliable.