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    Cost of restringing a bow

    Does anyone know what it costs to restring a compound bow- with the BEST strings out there? Who would you reccomend?

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    My shop builds my strings. Gonna pickup my bow tomorrow. for $70 he put new strings on, installed my new NAP apache rest and paper tuned the bow. I'll post pics tomorrow night.
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    Strings vary in price and quality. There are a handful of quality custom string-makers on here (AT) that run between $50 and $100 for a complete set (strings and cables), and let you pick your colors. Most shops will charge a fee to put on strings, especially if not purchased through them (I have paid about $25 for this). I picked up my own press years ago and now change my own strings, etc. Figure it has already paid for itself by now, plus I know how it was done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pricepoultry View Post
    My shop builds my strings. Gonna pickup my bow tomorrow. for $70 he put new strings on, installed my new NAP apache rest and paper tuned the bow. I'll post pics tomorrow night.
    Man $70 for strings and install is a heck of a deal.
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    Anywhere from $75-$125 is a more then fair price for strings and installation.
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    I paid 65.00 for some top of the line strings from the Limbdriver people and my shop charged me 20.00 to instal them.

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    I paid 70 installed and tuned
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    I'm gonna be needing some pretty soon on my Energy. I wrote down 60X Custom Strings for needs down the road.
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    Vaportrail strings IMO are the best

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    $75 to $100.
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    Strings 50 bucks

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    My builder (JRH60) gets mine on for $60 or so and youth bows for a bit less. Great service and real fast at building them.

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