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I have CX200s and CX300s but what is the difference in them and the 250 and 350 arrows?
 

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Canzoni said:
I think they have a thicker spine.
Are you saying the 200s and 300s have a thicker spine or the 50s have a thicker spine? Kinda confusing there.
 

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Canzoni said:
I think as you go up 300 to 350, the spine gets thicker and the arrow gets heavier.
Does that mean the spine is stiffer also? I can shoot both arrows (200s and 300s) in my bows so I would think I could shoot the 250 also.
 

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two different animals

rembrandt,

When you're talking about 250 and 350 shafts, you are talking about CXL's. When you're talking 200 and 300 shafts you are talking CX and 3-D selects. The CX and 3-D selects are the same shaft for specs, except the 3-D have tighter tollerances.

The CXL (CXL-2) and linejammers are rated by the '50' nomenclature and are much larger in diameter. They are on the order of a 23 or 25 aluminum shaft while the CX are closer to a '20'.

I don't know about spine, but they are definitely diffeerent gpi ratings. You can see that right on the website. The diameters are listed as well.

Also, from a partical standpoint, the CXL 250's and linejammer 250's have thinner walls than either the CX 300 or CX 200's.

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A Maxima 350 is the same spine as a CX 300. Both have a spine deflection of .350. It is confusing and I'm not sure why they named them this way but the 350 and 300 is exactly the same.
 
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