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    Bow Jax string sleeves

    Never used them before and wondering about installation? Anyone with any input? Also, what are the opinions of anyone who has used them about their effectiveness?



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    We use these on pretty much everything instead of brass nocks. They just slip over the end loop and work better then brass nocks in so many ways plus they're adjustable.
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    Thanks Brad. If I had of known that then I would have just had you install them on the strings I got from you.

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    be careful on tied ends though, i had one heck of a time and then it buggered up the end loops, i personally hate putting them on as they did some damage that i wouldnt sell a string with, but once there on there super nice..... with served end loops no problem use a cotter pin, that way you can put loop in and slide it on, have enough room to grab cotter pin with pliers, spit on the endloop and rip er on, auto lubed and once on serving you can move at your convience too....
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    Thanks for the advice dwagoner.

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