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On a easton A/C/E 1206 G 430 spline arrow. What is the difference of C-2 & C-3?
C-2 and C-3 are weight classes. ACE's are graded when they come off the line into weight classes, then grouped with other arrows that weigh the same. So, all 12 arrows in a dozen C-2's are the same weight, but a dozen C-3's will be just a wee bit heavier, although every arrow in that dozen will be the same. You have C-1 through C-4 for classes.
 

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Very sorry but everytime I see a post with this I have to say something, LOL:darkbeer::darkbeer::darkbeer:


Its SPINE not spline, splines are on drive shafts, axles and such
Thank you. I thought I was fixin' to go to the nervous hospital for some taters and mustard. :pukey:
 

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C-2 and C-3 are weight classes. ACE's are graded when they come off the line into weight classes, then grouped with other arrows that weigh the same. So, all 12 arrows in a dozen C-2's are the same weight, but a dozen C-3's will be just a wee bit heavier, although every arrow in that dozen will be the same. You have C-1 through C-4 for classes.
Thanks, that is what I though it stood for. Just needed to see if I was right.
 
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