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I have currently purchased a Mathews reezen 7.0 and need a stabilizer any suggestions????
I also need a 28 in cam if anyone has one please let me know or knows where i can get one it would be appreciated.

Thanks, Clayton
 

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I used Posten on my old one! Jim does a nice stabilizer! If you PM him he can help you out!
 

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Try a 6" Axion and move the harmonic stabilizer around to change the bow's balance. I had a Reezen 7.0 and thought it was top heavy. I used a B-Stinger, but the top of the bow just wanted to drop. I think that will happen with any stab that has weight in the front. I could hold real steady, but my arm would get tired after 25 shots. With the Axion, if you put it in the middle position it will probably balance the bow nicely. Hopefully you have a shop that will let you try it out before you buy.
 

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I couldn't think of a better stab to add to the long radical riser of the Reezen than the new Doinker DISH.

It has honestly changed the way I look at bow stability and shot steadiness!

Heres a pic of the DISH on my Z7...



Also, here is a review with the best photos of the DISH that's I've found.

http://archeryreport.com/2010/03/review-doinker-dish-stabilizer/

Good luck and good shootin'

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