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Does anyone know how to silience the vibration of a quiver? When I shoot I find that the quiver makes the most noise on my bow. Is there any way or anything to dampen this vibration?
 

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What quiver do you have? Some of todays quivers have built in dampners that work great. Look at a tightspot.
 

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also you could try mini limbsavers and make sure all bolts and screws are tightened up.
 

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I had a Lynx that was vibrating pretty bab and it ended up that it had a crack in the plastic where the stem slids into the hood. Otherwise, I would try a small amount of adhesive felt in the detach receiver to take up some of the space and the plastic to plastic contact.
FYI -- I went to the Panther ( flexible stem )... no more issues.
 

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I did not have any vibration in mine but i did put some mini limbsavers on it just to help to not have any!
 

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Soft Loc. Mine acts like a dampener with all that rubber on it, might even be less quiet without?:noidea:
 

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Buy a quiver that is designed to dampen vibration like a Fuse or a Tight Spot. When I buy a quiver it is the first thing I consider. I'm having a Fuse two piece put on my new Maxxis 31 I have ordered.
 

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Try taking your quiver off when your hunting,
I hang mine in the tree with in reach so I can grab another arrow if needed.
No noise, less weight, and the wind donsent catch your bow much on windy days.
 

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Try taking your quiver off when your hunting,
I hang mine in the tree with in reach so I can grab another arrow if needed.
No noise, less weight, and the wind donsent catch your bow much on windy days.
I use a Kwikee 3 arrow and use the Kwickee screw-in adapter to mount my quiver to the tree. It is way mo' better than leaving it on.
 

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I had a Bohning Lynx as well and it was terribly noisy from the get go. I replaced it with a Alpine soft-loc. Problem solved.
 

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I tried the Tight Spot and found it to be one of the most noisy quivers I've used in my 50 years of bowhunting. I returned it for a refund. My Fuse quivers are very quiet.
 

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Alpine Soft Loc.
 

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try make make an alpine soft lock vibrate!!! it just sucks up the vibration if you do, theres no way it can rattle
 

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try make make an alpine soft lock vibrate!!! it just sucks up the vibration if you do, theres no way it can rattle
Couldn't agree more! I hate the "looks" of the mount, but they don't make a sound.
 

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Try taking your quiver off when your hunting,
I hang mine in the tree with in reach so I can grab another arrow if needed.
No noise, less weight, and the wind donsent catch your bow much on windy days.
I have two Lynx quivers, and they are noisy even when not attached. The clip remaining on the bow has a lever on it that vibrates. I regret buying them.
 
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