What did you use for endcaps?These are a few I made out of some old busted arrows. Goes from about 24 inches down to 15 inches. Used spacers for weights. They work amazingly and it was a great way to reuse broken arrows
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I did one out of old standard diameter arrows. A 3/4" cap would fit 7 arrows snugly inside the cap. 1 in the middle with 6 surrounding it. I built one like that. Left the insert in the middle arrow to use for mounting the weights. Ill post pic here shortly. 1/2" cap looked too small to use.I've heard that used before. Thanks.
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That looks dope. Great job.
That solution is going to weigh a lot. If your not looking for essentially free materials then start with a length of carbon fiber tube from eBay likely cost $30 or less. End product will be much better than a pvc tube stuffed with other tubes - which by the way will not really stiffen it much unless you glue in place etc etc. buying a piece of carbon fiber tube should allow you to come up with a stabilizer that will rival expensive commercial ones.So from these examples, what you need for a good stabilizer is a fairly stiff and low weight shaft to move as far as possible the weights from the riser. So something like a pvc tube filled up with those low weight fiber markers used to mark the streets in the winter would be good to make a long stabilizer ?