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I gave a trophy ridge static 9 and like it. I was trying to cut down on some weight, any suggestions?I am looking for stabilizing purpose and not just vibration damping.
 

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Give a look to offset stabs. You can use less weight, by only a few ounces, and get the same stabilization. I use the new Doinker Tactical. It works very well.
 

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Have you tried the quivalizer? Cuts down on overall weight being a stab and and quiver in one.

I was running a 10/8 front/back bar combo on my rx1 with a tight spot. I found it to be too heavy so switched to a quivalizer. The difference is noticeable.
 

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It's going to be hard to cut down from the weight of the static and still have any stabilizing effect. The stabilizer stabilizes by using weight. For my hunting bow I like to use an 8 or 10 inch front bar with 3 or 4 ounces and also attach a 3 ounce weight directly to the riser below the grip on the opposite side from the sight and rest. This helps to balance the bow side to side without the bulk of a back bar.
 
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