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Thread: The Bow Rattler for the Hoyts AM 35 ,ECT

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    The Bow Rattler for the Hoyts AM 35 ,ECT

    The Bow Rattler is the best string suppressor on the Market for the Hoyt. It will make that bow so quiet you will not here anything but the arrow hitting the target. Get rid of that rod with a bumper on the end and go with the best. Bowrattler.com

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    The Bow Rattler String Suppressor

    Bowrattler.com for the best Hoyt Suppressor on the market.
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    Do you have them in the hoyt camo? APG I think it is
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    The Bow Rattler String Suppressor

    We use the Next Generation G-1 Pattern but you may be able to get a wrap for it if you want a perfect match.

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    The Bow Rattler String Suppressor

    The Bow Rattlers are also come in all these colors for the Hoyts.
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    The Bow Rattler String Suppressor

    As of today all the Suppressor for the Hoyts can be ordered directly from the web site at Bowrattler.com

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    Nice bows

    There are the best string stop on the market for sure. Made mine very quiet. And at $24.95, you can't beat that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rattler View Post
    Bowrattler.com for the best Hoyt Suppressor on the market.
    asa,
    In your close-up picture of the blue Maxxis 35 it looks like you have something (foam?) between your Bow Rattler and where it meets the riser. Maybe I'm just seeing things, or maybe you're using something to further deaden noise/vibration? Just ordered mine. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornellhunter View Post
    asa,
    In your close-up picture of the blue Maxxis 35 it looks like you have something (foam?) between your Bow Rattler and where it meets the riser. Maybe I'm just seeing things, or maybe you're using something to further deaden noise/vibration? Just ordered mine. Thanks.
    I do have something there. it is a piece of foam shelf pad to go between the Rattler and riser as to not damage the paint. That is all. Good eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    I do have something there. it is a piece of foam shelf pad to go between the Rattler and riser as to not damage the paint. That is all. Good eyes
    Thanks asa! I may do the same when mine arrives next week. Best regards.

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    Anytime. Hope you enjoy. I know I do

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    ttt

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    Do you have a pic of the camo one?
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    Take a look at the gallery pics on their website. www.bowrattler.com

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    guys these seriously are the best investment you can make for your Hoyt....that is of course after first buying the Hoyt. I battled for over a year with the fuse sts that was on it until I came across kirk's thread on day.
    What a difference!


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    The Bow Rattler String Suppressor

    Great setup on that bow Bowrattler.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    I do have something there. it is a piece of foam shelf pad to go between the Rattler and riser as to not damage the paint. That is all. Good eyes
    Hi asa,
    One more question regarding the foam thats placed between the bow rattler and your riser: Could you have not just pulled out the bow rattler just a tad from the riser so that it wouldn't mark the paint. Or, is it recommended that the bow rattler be inserted into the riser as far as it can go? Thanks again! Should get mine tomorrow.

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    I could have but then part of the shaft that goes in will be showing and it just looks funny that way. So, I pu the foam and pushed it all the way in. If you are not planning on ever removing it from the bow you will not need the foam. But I am just trying to protect my investment for later resale if I get tired of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    I could have but then part of the shaft that goes in will be showing and it just looks funny that way. So, I pu the foam and pushed it all the way in. If you are not planning on ever removing it from the bow you will not need the foam. But I am just trying to protect my investment for later resale if I get tired of it.
    Great! Thanks again!

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