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O ring for Retina IIa eyepiece
Old 11-01-2018   #1
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O ring for Retina IIa eyepiece

It may be buried in the depths of many post but I'll ask about how to protect my eyeglasses from scratches. It's a late model IIa with the black metal eye piece. When it returns from being CLA'd I'll take it to a hardware store and dig through the bins of rubber O rings. Hopefully, someone will have a suggestion to point me towards the right bin.
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If you have a Harbor Freight nearby they sell a plastic divided box with maybe 100 different sized o-ring for $5 or $6. I bought a box a few years ago and I'm always amazed for what an o-ring can come in handy for.
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