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accs or maxima hunter shafts(help)!

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can some help me out with the right selection? im shooting a binary cam system on a gt500 at about 60 lbs with a 28 in. draw.going to use fusion vanes with a 100 grn tip and small 4 in wraps.
will the maxima 250s work at 28 inches with inside of nock or the 3-39s by acc at the same. or does the shafts need to be shorter.i want to get the proper foc.
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Flip a coin.

Either should work @ 28". Maximas spine @.404 @ 28 and 3-39's spine @ 440 @ 28. Maximas probably will have the better FOC w/ the weight forward design. But the ACC's will be a better spine @ 60lbs. You could cut the CX's to 27 or 27 1/2 and get a little stiffer arrow. Hope this helps.
 

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I cant speak for the Maxima's as I have not used them but you can not go wrong with the ACC's.That arrow will work great with your specs.By the way,I am shooting a GT500 for hunting and 3-d.My hunting bow is set to your specs.If your into speed,cut a half inch off and go with 75 grain tips and shoot 3-28's.They will fly like darts.
 

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I am shooting the maxima 250's cut at 27 1/2 with my 28" DL and 60# Commander with the limbs maxed out, they fly great. Using 100 grain tip and 2" blazers.
 

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going with eastons chart at 57 to 61 lbs at 27+or- a 1/2 inch it say the 3-39s
but if i select the 28 inch +or- a 1/2 it says 3-49s. do they go by actual shaft link or is that by the nock insert.one is a 440 spine the other a 390.so does the binary cam system matter(hard cam i imagine)i also noticed the pro hunter at 440 spine is a little lighter.
now according to the maximas with the hard cam at 60 lbs and 28 inches the 250s have more tolerance:confused:
 
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