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    Bows and 4 Wheelers

    What do you mount on your 4 Wheeler to carry your bow?

    Thanks,

    Mike



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    I use bungie straps to hold my bowcase on one of the racks.

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    Originally posted by BowChilling
    I use bungie straps to hold my bowcase on one of the racks.
    Same here.

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    I lay the bow across my knees on top of the gas tank.I strap my fanny pack belt around the string to hold the bow.

    CB

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    Bungies & the case

    I use the bungie thing and the bow case on the back racks,then i walk up to the back & flip open the case and wha-lha .Lock & Load........

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    I will carry a fellow hunter on occasion and I was looking for a couple of rack type holders that would make the job easier. 2 bow cases can be a little much to haul and manuever.

    Mike

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    Bungee Balls!!

    Have you guys seen these things? They have a plastic ball about 1 inch diameter on one end and the bungee cords makes a loop on the other. You simply wrap the bungee around what you want to hold and insert the ball through the loop. Quick and easy, works great!

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    I have a bow rack that a friend of mine in New Mexico patented. In fact, Cabelas told him that if he could get the production up, they would carry it. He can't get out of the small-time rut and so has not gone national with it as his production is limited. There is nothing else like it on the market. It works on a clamp system and is 100% secure for your expensive bow and it is adjustable to fit virtually every bow. I wish he could get expanded as he could make tons of money on it. If anyone is interested, I will post his e-mail and phone.

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    Bowcase

    Mine stays in bowcase. I attach it to racks with bungee cords also. With all the shakey its good idea to keep it secured in case.

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    i wish i had a 4wheeler i could attach to my bow

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    Same here the bow is attached to my hand as I hoof it to my stand.

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    That is where my bow spends most of its time also because most of my bow hunting is within 1/2 mile of my house. I do ride my 4 wheeler to the edge of my fenceline, though, and cut off a little time getting to the stand.

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    Bow case bungie to the rack.... Why didnt I think of that? Damn thats so simple. I wonder sometimes.....

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    bow holders attached to the front rack! bought at wally world...less than ten bucks. they are foam lined to absorb the shock of the ride.

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    Fin-grips out of Cabelas made to hold gun/bow and work great..You can get single or double..

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    I use the fin grip also I have them mounted on a plastic box on the front rack just got them this year they are great! I got the double and they work great for bow or gun . I think they are around $40.00
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    My pro shop says the racks on 4 wheelers cause a lot of grief. Causes a lot of dust to get into cams and such. He definately tells you to keep in a case. Don't know . That is what he preaches and makes sense to me

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    What Kildog said works for me!!
    coyote170
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    I walk, 4 wheelers are for wimps. Actually just kidding, although I do just walk when I am archery hunting since I just archery hunt for elk and can't take a 4 wheeler into most of the places I elk hunt. If I did any archery hunting for whitetails I'm sure I'd have to find some mount method. I saw a neat looking ATV mount on alpine archery's website the other day.

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    here's my Big Bear, with my gin pole. only way I can load a deer because of my bad back. I have an API universal gunrack mounted on my handle bars to carry my bow. it does an excellent job, holds it tight.

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    foam pipe insulation.

    I use the 1/2" and 3/4" pipe insulation on my front rack, then use a bungie cord to hold it their. It is cheap, quiet, and simple.
    Kodiak.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions, fellas!!

    Mike

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