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What rest is working best on hoyts?
 

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Any of them. I personally use Limb Drivers on mine
 

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QAD, I have never found anything I personally felt was better!
 

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I've been using RipCords
 

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The one of your personal choice as long as it is set up properly. There is no correct/right answer. Only personal opinions.
My opinion QAD HDX/ the Hoyt version.
 

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What rest is working best on hoyts?
I have Hoyt QT3000's on all six of mine as I'm not a drop away fan. As those are no longer available, and most poeple seem to use drop away rests these days, I'd go with a Spot Hogg or Trophy Taker as they are simple and sturdy, and easy to make adjustments.
 

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I've been messing around with a few different setups this year. My AM32 has a G5 expert pro, My AM35 has the Hoyt drop away, and my Vectrix XL has a limbdriver.
Really, I like them all, but if I were to pick just one to put on all my bows it would be the G5 expert pro. It's very quiet, durable, setup was easy for me (I eyeballed my centershot and amazingly never moved anything even through a broadhead tune.
 

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Trophy taker spring steel pro.

And the shoot trough on my hours saves me the bloody finger from poking myself with those blades


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As with all bows, my Muzzy X-celerator works perfectly on my sons' Vulcan!!!
 
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