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  1. xmetal40

    xmetal40 Oakley Expert Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Even Linegear does not have them. Anywhere to buy them?
     
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  2. kronin323

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    Not that I've seen. Some people have jury-rigged something, with varying success.
     
  3. xmetal40

    xmetal40 Oakley Expert Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    I suppose I could use juliet gaskets. Might need to adjust the size.
     
  4. discostu

    discostu Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    Some have used an old set of Juliet arm rubbers cut thinly enough across to make a nice gasket !

    Sounds good to me :)
     
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  5. xmetal40

    xmetal40 Oakley Expert Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Now that sounds like a great idea!
     
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  6. Hando

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    I actually had to do this the other day, if you mean the lens holding gasket. I cut some walleva juliet armsocks I had on both sides to be thick enough to sit in the frame. Holds the lenses in place well enough, but still a little wiggle room. Eh, it works I suppose.

    I ordered a 419 piece O Ring set hoping to find a suitable size O-ring or something.. guess what, I still have 419 O rings that are unuseable in the Romeo 2.
     
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