Thanks for the input fellas, I will be sure to give it a try.
While on the subject of Lightspeeds anyone know why Easton went to offering uni bushings from the factory? I have used these shafts without the bushings for some years now and have not found them to be suseptable to nock end splits. Could be other reasons I suppose, either way they have been a great arrows. Cheers
Another way to apply heat is to use a propane torch & needle-nosed pliers. Light the torch, grab the bushing with the pliers & apply flame to pliers. Heat transfers from pliers to bushing, melting the glue & allowing removal without damaging the shaft.
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