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Ranger Lenses

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by anthony, Dec 27, 2008.

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  1. anthony

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    i am looking for lenses for my 160 mm frames. i have the prescription lenses but since i got the laser surgery i cant use them..
    Anthony
    take the xx off the e mail address above..
     
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    160mm isn't the measurement you need, you need the lens size (62mm, 66mm, or 68mm).
     
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    Contact Wayne at Morgan Optical (www.morganoptical.net). They were a big help when I was purchasing my glasses.
     
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    this is from the ranger site...

    Lightweight Monel 400 Alloy Frame
    Dual Action Spring Temples
    No-slip Soft Silicone Nose Pads
    Comfortable Ball Tipped
    Cable Temples
    Two Temple Lengths:
    150mm, 160mm
     
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    Temple lengths have nothing to do with the lens size! You need to know the FRAME size! :)
     
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    Anthony,

    If you still have your Ranger Box - it should say 68MM or 66MM on the cover. Unless you have a very thin face the 68/66 were the most popular lense widths.

    Jay
     
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    on the frame it says 160
     
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    anthony: You're looking at the side pieces/temples. Look on the inside of the nose piece- newer frames have the lens size stamped there, it should be 68 or 66. If it's 68 I may have some extra lenses.
     
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    there is nothing stamped. i got them around 2000 or 2001
     
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    Calling the eye doctor is the best idea. If that's not possible, take a look at http://www.randolphusa.com/GWW-RandolphEngineering/DisplayPage.aspx?pageid=232. Figure out which frame you have, and measure it with the lenses installed. My standard 68mm Ranger frame measures 135mm, outside edge to outside edge, just like that chart says. Also, my 68mm lenses measure 68mm across, from notch to notch (outside edge).
     
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