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I am looking at the Easton stabilizers. Which one do you feel is better for the front rod, the Black Max or the A/C/E?

Is the 3/4" A/C/E VRS make like the A/C/E arrows where it is an aluminum core and wrapped with carbon, or is it an all carbon stabilizer?

On Easton's site it refers to them as anodized aluminum stabilizers.

A/C/E VRS Stabilizer System:
• High-strength, black anodized 7075 aluminum ferrules

On Lancaster's site, it refers to the A/C/E one as aluminum/carbon composite...

EASTON A/C/E VRS 3/4" STABILIZER
[EAS-14XX] $89.99 ea.
• DAMPENS VIBRATION AFTER THE SHOT
• ALUMINUM/CARBON COMPOSITE
• AVAILABLE LENGTHS:
24" 29" 34"
• AVAILABLE IN BLACK ONLY


Can anyone offer any input on which it really is?
 
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