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  1. Awesome. I think these will be a great product...

    Awesome. I think these will be a great product for hunters.
  2. Cool idea! I'd prefer if they were anodized or...

    Cool idea! I'd prefer if they were anodized or PVD black though. Raw finish would not sell as well for hunters. I bet those take out a lot of shock!
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    Yep. That will do!

    Yep. That will do!
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    He is not using air stretchers so there is no...

    He is not using air stretchers so there is no constant pull. Once it moves a little the tension drops so its less likely to keep moving. No matter though. Neither of these materials are going to...
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    Hoyt's target bows have very big and heavy limbs....

    Hoyt's target bows have very big and heavy limbs. They will vary the feel a lot with different string materials. 8190, Fury, Rhino feel a LOT softer on the shot than 452x or Xcel. X is a little...
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    No debate. I think we all agree they are both...

    No debate. I think we all agree they are both great materials. Normally Brownell materials are nice and tacky so easier to grip. You can wrap your layup and not even tie it off and it will just stay...
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    Oddly enough, one of the reasons i like...

    Oddly enough, one of the reasons i like Brownell's materials is the tacky wax. It makes it much easier to hang on to while wrapping tag ends. Exactly the opposite. Did you strip the wax off the tags...
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    You can also use your serving machine to spool it...

    You can also use your serving machine to spool it onto a serving jig and run it through a towel as it re-spools. Careful not to heat it up though. Go slow.
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    Red is NASTY!!! Best trick i've found it tie a...

    Red is NASTY!!! Best trick i've found it tie a scrap piece of string material TIGHT to the strand and chase it as you wrap it around the posts. After that, be sure to burnish the red separate before...
  10. Should be rock solid if properly stretched. Can...

    Should be rock solid if properly stretched. Can you post pics of the endloops? I've seen some endloop-serving transitions lately that are super thick. This could cause the timing to move. Those thick...
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    Looks perfect! Great job. Head over to Dick's...

    Looks perfect! Great job. Head over to Dick's sporting goods and get some Stren 15# superbraid line. Its only sold at Dick's in white/clear. Works even better than the 20# Invisibraid. Smaller,...
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    How about best thing since toasted bread! lol.

    How about best thing since toasted bread! lol.
  13. Thread: TPUs on PSE

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    A few people have got the most speed using just...

    A few people have got the most speed using just one at each end of the Omen. That may vary based on which cam size.
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    Heat gun makes a wide spread of heat. NOT GOOD....

    Heat gun makes a wide spread of heat. NOT GOOD. Small bic lighter works best. move it around quickly to not overheat.
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    I usually use 2 at each end but only gained 2 fps...

    I usually use 2 at each end but only gained 2 fps by having 2 vs 1 at each end.
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    Some bows are super sensitive to location like...

    Some bows are super sensitive to location like Hoyt's Z5 cam bows. Some are not like the PSE Supra. On the Z5 for example just 1/8" can cost 3fps. On the Supra you can move them up or down by 1" and...
  17. Thread: String ?

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    Depends on the bow. Most can handle it. generally...

    Depends on the bow. Most can handle it. generally going a little short on cables and a little long on string will do the trick. Some bows like Elites for example (binary cams) you can't go that far...
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    [For Sale] Keeping this for now. My daughter likes it.

    Keeping this for now. My daughter likes it.
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    Those are TOAST.. BTW, when you serve the cord...

    Those are TOAST.. BTW, when you serve the cord for your drop-away, only serve the top. No use to serve the bottom as it makes it a mess to service it. 60x mentioned the idea of serving for the...
  20. I sold all my newer stuff and kept my 2012...

    I sold all my newer stuff and kept my 2012 Contender Elite (Xt3000 limbs and spiralx) and my 2010 Moneymaker NRG. Love those bows. I have not shot anything yet i like better. No shame!
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    Fury string/Rhino cables would work well in that...

    Fury string/Rhino cables would work well in that case! Even X material is smallish. Rhino, Force 10, Vaportrail's VTX, any of the large strand materials would be my choice on those situations.
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    Fury is really durable as far as fray. But if...

    Fury is really durable as far as fray. But if there is a problem bow thats going to chew any material up then you would be better off having something with larger strands. Takes more chewing before a...
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    Some bows just have a bad designed cable guard....

    Some bows just have a bad designed cable guard. Some cable slides will just chew through any cables. I have not seen fury wear any more than other materials but since it is a tiny strand material, i...
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    Yeah buddy!! These are yours. Just finished them...

    Yeah buddy!! These are yours. Just finished them up and shipping tomorrow. They came out really good!
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    This and also to save my hands! I use small...

    This and also to save my hands! I use small braided fishing line. 20# invisabread line. Works really well and i've adapted well to a 4 post layup now. I can build served ends as fast as i used to do...
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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
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    Lol. Just did those up quick. These are my...

    Lol. Just did those up quick. These are my bowstring loops. Little bit smaller.


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    I think i did 50 strands or something. Lol. Its...

    I think i did 50 strands or something. Lol. Its HUGE. Tried to match the steel cable thickness. Check out the monster .018 crown served loop. 2272954
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    Bullwhip in bulk is a really good deal. 1# spool...

    Bullwhip in bulk is a really good deal. 1# spool we sell for $315 will get you 40x 125 yard jig spools. Works out to just $7.88/ jig spool. Cheaper than bulk Halo. I serve it as close as possible to...
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    Hard to say. Fury is smaller than 8190. Xcel is...

    Hard to say. Fury is smaller than 8190. Xcel is smaller than 452x. Could be the way its twisted, wax content, etc. I have not had any stability issues with rhino on a bow though it will move more on...
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