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  1. OGfrog

    OGfrog Oakley Enthusiast

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    ...track down rubbers that help hold in the lenses on r2s. I dont know anything about the frame so I figured I would ask where someone could obtain a set.

    Thanks in advance
     
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  2. THE X-MAN

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    ???????
     
  3. Oakleynerd

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    call oakley!
     
  4. THE X-MAN

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    Rubber that holds in the lenses?
     
  5. OakleyCan

    OakleyCan Oakley Collector

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    I believe there is a piece that is placed onto the notch on the lenses to help it rest into the frame. Its so small it might be overlooked.
     
  6. Dallas O Hog

    Dallas O Hog O.C.D. Oakley Collecting Disorder haha Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Yep. Its a round rubber piece that fits in the groove
     
  7. THE X-MAN

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    Same as XS..
     
  8. xmetalmaniac

    xmetalmaniac Made of Metal Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Hey Mark, the piece he is referring to is actually a very small and round black rubber gasket that fits into the notch of the lens. The lens is inserted back into the frame with the gasket, and once seated properly the t-5 torx screw is inserted from the rear and holds the lens in place. Once the screw is removed the lens will drop down exposing the gasket and allowing the lens to be removed.

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  9. THE X-MAN

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    Thanks todd....