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i have a martin cougar 2000 do they require a special arrow rest?
all my past bows have had a threaded hole in the riser to attach arrow rest, this 1 just has a slot with no threads?
i have a NAP 4000 that i want to put on it.
any advise would be helpful

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you have to bolt the rest on through the slot,you need a fairly long bolt to reach through,i got one from the archery shop i go to he always has some on hand for this reason.i also bought a gkf rest that has a martin fixing,that you bolt onto the u shaped cut out on the bow.the good thing about fixing your rest on through the slot is that you can move it about easily to get the right setting.hope this helps
 

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you're nutless...

the slot is machined to accept a regular hex nut. you rest mounting bolt will go thru your rest, into the slot, and into the nut to be tightened. you can then slide the rest forward and backward to get it where you want.

ps. i got your module here (f4\).
 

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ok thanks for the info!!!
how did you fair in the hurricane?
check your paypal i'll sent tonight
 
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