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  1. Joerggroh

    Joerggroh Oakley Enthusiast

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    Last edited: 12/26/14
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  2. washi me sensie

    washi me sensie The Oakley Rōnin

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    You changed the plastic parts to metal? i thought those are in there to avoid friction with the moving parts?
     
  3. Joerggroh

    Joerggroh Oakley Enthusiast

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    Right, stainless Steel, the unobtanium parts are just round and it's no problem to change
     
  4. CarGuy

    CarGuy Oakley Expert Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    I like the initiative but it does takes away from the "M" design that the OEM black unobtainium forms with the band.
    That having been said and having seen some of your other fine work if you wanted to do them in a darker material it's certainly within your skill set.
    Like maybe black chrome or CF but still a nice change of pace as is!
     
  5. Joerggroh

    Joerggroh Oakley Enthusiast

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    I think the unobtanium parts look cheap, and that is why I changed them into stainless steel
     
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  6. Joerggroh

    Joerggroh Oakley Enthusiast

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    and the parts don´t have friction because the screws are as long that the parts can´t rub....
     
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