IMO 2317's would be WAY too stiff.I would use Easton 2317's with a 125 grain point. You will have to figure out what length to cut them to fit your draw length. Recurves are fun good luck.
The weight or spine on a recurve is not as critical as a camed bow. The 2219 is the heaviest arrow in archery and do not see a need of that arrow in less you want a super heavy arrow.You didn't mention your actual draw length or what tip wt you would prefer to shoot. If you are only drawing that bow an actual 26" your'e probably only pulling 59# On the other hand, 29" draw, your'e closer to 68# Are you looking for speed? Heavy wt for superior penetration for hunting? What type of string are using? Dacron? FF? 450? From my experience, you can make several shaft sizes work. But without knowledge there is no way I could recommend a specific arrow shaft. I can tell you a 2117 is a pretty good shaft for heavier draw wts, but for some reason I haven't been able to get them to fly well from any of my bows which are closer to mid 50#. I can shoot 2219's out of my 54# recurve, but testing was required to find the best length to cut the arrow with my desired tip wt. I can also shoot 400 spine Gold tips well. There are so many variables. Give us some specs to allow us to make a recommendation.