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I use Duravanes and FlexBond glue.... I use Goat Tuff glue if I need them in a hurry. WR
 

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Flex fletch with Goat Tuff Glue. However I suggest using arrow wraps with that glue because it is a **** to get it off the carbon.
 

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Duravanes and Goat Tuff. It a combination that can't be beat in this old hillbillys' opinion. Be safe.
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thanks guys for all the imput. I just bought some bohning vanes and i use the bohning brand glue. It doesnt hold worth s#i*. Do you think the goat tuff glue will hold the bohning vanes on very well, especially because i shoot a whisker biscuit?
 

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Make sure you prepare the shaft and vanes properly before gluing them on.

I use scotchbrite to scuff the shafts then clean the shaft and vanes with denatured alcohol before i glue the vanes on. I've found that this has a bigger influence over whether the vanes stick than what kind of adhesive.


Hope this helps,

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Flex Fletch vanes with Flex Fletch Flex Bond glue. Nothing else for me.

(I know, I know, swabbing each vane is a PITA, but I'm superstitious about my vanes!)

Targetnut gets a bullseye for his point as well.
 
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