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Stablizer front/rear ExtremeVFT????

Old 03-26-2003, 04:58 PM
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Default Stablizer front/rear ExtremeVFT????

I have a New ExtremeVFT (28" /60#-tree-stand hunting only)
Is there a specific weight stablizer I should use and how do I know what it is?
IS the hole on the rear for a stablizer too? How do I know what to use there if anything?.....thanx again
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Old 03-26-2003, 05:36 PM
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Default RE: Stablizer front/rear ExtremeVFT????

Hey,

The hole on the rear part of the riser is for a stabilizer. Most people I have seen use this with a Doinker Chubby Hunter. It' s small, sweet, and takes out the vibration. As far as what is out front, that is up to you. If you like a bow that tends to fall forward after the shot, go with something a little heavier out front, like a Doinker 7" Stealth Hunter. It weighs 9.2 ounces and it takes ALL vibration out. If you like your bow to fall back after the shot, put a Doinker Chubby Hunter out front and something a little bigger out of the back.
If you want perfect balance, your gonna have to try and get your hands on as many different stabilizer combos to figure out which works for you.

There are many good stabilizers out there, a few that really stick out though are the Stealth Stabilizers, the Doinker stabilizers, the Tranquilizer Stabilizers, and the Simms Stabilizers.
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