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Hi guys,
im new on compound bows, im changing from recurve to compound, and my current stabilizer is not holding up the compound, its a Avalon ST-01 Classic long rod 30in
i have a 60lbs with 30DL compound bow

which one would you choose between these options?


- Win & Win HMC PLUS Carbon Stabilizer
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/win-...tabilizer.html

-Easton A/C Pro Stabilizer
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/east...tabilizer.html

-Dead Center Dead Steady Target Series
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/dead...zer-black.html

-Doinker Fatty Supreme Carbon Stabilizer
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/doin...cel&trigger=ac


its gonna be on the 30" Lengths

obs: cant buy used high/top ends stabs because i live in another country , so its kind hard to buy on ebay


thank u for ur time,
have a nice day
 

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Check out the Bowfinger stuff! I'm in no way associated with them, other than the fact that I shoot their stuff on all my bows!
 

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For a compound you can not beat Doinker. They are not cheap but they are high in quality and value.
 

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Dead Center and the Diamond Series. They’re smaller diameter than dead steady so less wind effects. Bullet proof mounts and lots of options on weights, dampeners, and colors.
 

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The one that works for you. Not the answer your looking for but it is a very personal choice. What I feel and see can be completly different than you.
They are all good companies.
 
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