I have one that your welcome to use but by the time you would drive here for less money you could go to Fairfield Outdoors. I doubt if the cost would be too much.
Just by chance were you the guy that brought the protec into Fairfield Outdoors last Saturday expecting the string from Hoyt to be there? Thats where I would take it. Shane is the best around!I'm looking for anyone locally with a bowpress to put cables and a string on a Hoyt Protec. I'm trying to avoid paying a pro-shop to do it. I have no experience myself, but, does anyone in the Central Ohio, or more specifially Lancaster, Ohio area have a press?
Any help is appreciated!
Did Fairfield quote you $20? 653-bows is their number if you havent called them yet.Well here's the deal, I have to buy a new string and cables due to a seller on ebay assuring me they were good when they were not. I was just trying to save where I can. I think it cost $20 plus to have them put on.
Shane will make you a killer string for $65...that includes putting it on and everything else.No, things came up and I was not able to. I spoke with the ebay seller saying he's sorry the string is slightly severed, even though he assured me he looked it over and it was fine. He is a "third party" and sold the bow for the owner. He said the bow is still shootable with the severed string. Well that's true for awhile, but, I didn't pay for a bow with a string I'd have to replace and pour more money into. He said if I didn't like it, to ship it back. It'll be hard, but, I may take him up on the offer.