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  1. Patrick Briscoe

    Patrick Briscoe Oakley Beginner

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    I see the small pin hole on the underside of the temple but I can't seem to get a hold of it with my little sunglass screwdriver. Is it Flat, Phillips?
     
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  2. GRFMotorsports

    GRFMotorsports is an Oakley whore Premium Member

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    Neither. Its the hole the hinge pin fits in. To release the arm easier you can take a very small punch to raise the arm pin for release.
     
  3. Patrick Briscoe

    Patrick Briscoe Oakley Beginner

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    AHHHHH, that would explain my whole screwdriver malfunction...so however loose they are, I guess that's how loose they stay. They aren't bad, they don't fall of my face. They are just kinda old and I was trying to get some tightness back. Thanks for the reply
     
  4. bad fishy

    bad fishy Oakley Expert

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    You can't tighten them back up with anything already on the frame. I was able to get my earstems to stop flopping around by putting a strip of electrical tape where the hinges are to create a little resistance. Not a perfect fix, but much better than the flopping stems.
     
  5. Patrick Briscoe

    Patrick Briscoe Oakley Beginner

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    Right on. I think something along those lines should set me up. No screws, No problem...Hopefully