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    RPM quiver suggestions

    Need a quiver and I'm really wanting a riser mount. Putting it on a black RPM360 with an HHA optimizer sight. Anybody have experience with the Tree Limb quivers? Thanks!



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    I use the treelimb riser mount on my tightspot quiver.
    I also cut the rods down to make the quiver shorter.
    Works great with HHA sights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GFL View Post
    I use the treelimb riser mount on my tightspot quiver.
    I also cut the rods down to make the quiver shorter.
    Works great with HHA sights.
    I like that a lot!



    Here's what I've got, but now very interested in cutting it down. What mount did you use?
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    Your tightspot quiver bracket mounts to the treelimb riser mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GFL View Post
    Your tightspot quiver bracket mounts to the treelimb riser mount.
    Yeah thanks I was just checking out their website. How'd you shorten your quiver? What'd you do about the glue?
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    I cut the rounds with a hacksaw first,then take pliers and remove the lower bracket by twisting.
    I then glued the rods back in the bracket with epoxy.

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    I also use a rubber GearTie wrapped around the back of the rods for hanging.

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    its an insanity but you can also see how the treelimb riser mount works with a tightspot and a slider. i had to cant it a little bit for my slider but still balances well

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    Quote Originally Posted by GFL View Post
    I cut the rounds with a hacksaw first,then take pliers and remove the lower bracket by twisting.
    I then glued the rods back in the bracket with epoxy.
    GLF, thanks bud! Trimmed about 6" off.

    Bowtech RPM360 - 73.8# @ 29" / HHA Optimizer - DS-XL5510 / QAD HDX / Tight Spot w/ my custom carbon bracket / Easton DaTORCH / Tony219er custom threads

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    What's the benefit of a shorter tightspot? Arrows are the same length so your not saving space?
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    1 once lighter. Lol
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    The bottom (gripper) was in the way of where the QAD cord was served in and I couldn't get the quiver in as tight as I wanted.

    Alway wanted it shorter but I wasn't gunna start hacking up my $130 quiver until I saw that someone else did it. Ha ha
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    Thanks, guys!

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    It makes it easier to pull out an arrow if you hang it in a tree.

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    Here's my newest creation. 1/4" carbon fiber bracket.
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    Really liking the custom work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GGFerrier View Post
    Here's my newest creation. 1/4" carbon fiber bracket.
    If I recall you or someone else was making the Carbon Fiber bracket to replace the Aluminum bracket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Browtinehunter View Post
    If I recall you or someone else was making the Carbon Fiber bracket to replace the Aluminum bracket?
    Yes I make them.
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    Can you make me one ?

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