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I am looking at the Doinker website at the moment and trying to figure out the benefits to two of their V-bar blocks that they make. One of their blocks puts the bars out at a 40 deg. angle from the stabilizer, and horizontal with the horizon. The other block does the same thing off the riser but the rods angle down towards earth at a 10 deg. angle. What are the benefits, if any, to both designs? is it just a 'looks-cool' or 'looks like-a-crap' matter?


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The feel of the different angles is a little different. The difference is small though, so don't get hung up on it. Best advise is to try both out and see. Easton, Cavalier, Beiter and Shibuya (I'm sure others) make both horizontal and about 15 degrees down.

You can also get an adjustable v-bar which will allow adjustments in all sorts of directions. Some have reported problems over time with the adjustments coming loose, but I haven't had that problem with a Shibuya and a Spigarelli adjustable v-bar.
 
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