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I know this has probably been asked alot. But I recently traded for a Ross cr334 and I'm going to buy some shafts for it so I can sight it in and get it hunt ready. My draw length is 26.5 and I believe the draw weight is in between 65 and 70lbs. I'm wondering what type of shafts I need to get? In the past I've always shot 4" vanes and I'm wanting to try the 2" vanes this go around. I had my bow stolen and when I bought the bow that was stolen, the shop set me up with everything and I just went out and killed deer. Now I don't have the finances to just go get everything setup like I did before so I've had to do things bit by bit. So any advice would be helpful I'm somewhat new to archery so I don't know alot of the finer details of bow talk. Thanks in advance for the help.
 

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400 s about 26.5 in. with 85 or 100 gr. tip weight. you can manipulate the spine a little by the vane. 4 in. are heavier and make the shaft some stiffer.
 
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