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i am havening a hard time gluing vanes to arrow wraps they wont stick how is the best way to glue them and what type of glue should i use thanks
 

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I've had a lot os success by apply pressure for about 30 secs to a minute on each vane. This gives the glue time to properly set and also insures that the vane has full contact. Also after I am done i place a small drop on the front and back of the vanes.
 

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you CAN use the new quikspin ST's, tougest vanes i have used yet ,
blows away the old quikspins for toughness ,
i have one arrow that has been clear through no less than 5 3d targets and you cant tell ,
they arent wavy in the least, try that with the old style quikspins LOL

i also was having some problems with them sticking to a wrap , so i tried out the quikspin fletch prep wipes, worked like a charm ,now i cant pull them off.



duravanes a have a whisker biscuit so i cant use quick spin
 

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i have had GREAT luck with the bohning archery instant gel ..

and before i used this i used the loctite extra time goof proof liquid,it worked great also .
 

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glue

AAE gel, never had a problem for close to 200 dozen arrows
 

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I just fletched my first arrows using fresh Goat Tuff glue and Savage Duravanes on wraps and the vanes laugh at the Whisker Biscuit while passing thru.:wink:
 
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