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Hey Hoyt owners,

I've got a 2015 CST ZT on order due in on the 17th of Dec. I've amassed all the items I will put on it. I was hoping to go with a Hoyt stabilizer but my local bow shop is telling me the fuse stabilizer they happen to have in stock is better than the Hoyt model.

Is there any validity to this assertion?

How might one stabilizer be better than another?

Thanks in advance for any insight.

~Andy
 

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Hoyt and Fuse is the same company...it's all personal preference on a stabilizer.
 

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They are the same. Just depends on what name you want it to say.
 

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They are the same. Just depends on what name you want it to say.
And possibly price! I know he hoyt lineup is a bit cheaper this year than last year and personally I like the new lineup better
 

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And possibly price! I know he hoyt lineup is a bit cheaper this year than last year and personally I like the new lineup better
Ya the hoyt ones this year are cheaper. When the rep was here I asked him where the batteries went in that new hoyt stabilizer. Looks like a woman sex toy. Everyone in the shop agreed.
 

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One thing to look at is with a fuse you have to use fuse weights if I'm not mistaken
 

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Thanks for the replies gents

~A
 
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