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- Use a toothpick(inserted horizontally) to open up the gap(temple shock location) a little...
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- Use a toothpick(inserted horizontally) to open up the gap(temple shock location) a little bit.
- Place two washers on top of the bottom screw hole
- Slide the earstem with the washers(you should have two) on top of the screw hole.
- Once the ear stem and the washers are in place, insert another toothpick vertically where the T6 screws are to align everything (holes and washers/gasket).
- Carefully and slowly take the vertical toothpick then push the earstem slowly at the same time to not lose alignment.

NOTE: If the temple shock gap is open enough, you don't have to use any adhesive like what the picture shows. Using toothpicks would not only not damage the metal(soft wood) but it also provides enough width/height to have adequate space to slide the earstem with ease with very little friction between the metals.

Read more: http://www.oakleyforum.com/threads/x-metal-earstems-how-to-perform-swaps.2660/page-3#ixzz2tnGJHndt