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Hi! I'm trying to buy my first olympic style stabilizer. I tried a few out at the club but I want to buy the stabilizer off of Lancaster Archery supply.

I tried this one in the club and it was way too heavy:
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/fivics-cex5-long-stabilizer.html

I was looking into these stabilizers:

http://www.lancasterarchery.com/catalog/product/view/id/23126/s/win-win-sf-elite-carbon-stabilizer/category/159/#read_review ( I haven't tried this one but it looks awesome)

http://www.lancasterarchery.com/cartel-fx-640-multi-rod-stabilizer.html#read_review (I tried something like this in the club but it had a V-bar)

http://www.lancasterarchery.com/w-w-sebastian-flute-axiom-plus-stabilizer.html (I tried this one and it was good at reducing the vibration)

I want to buy a stabilizer that will last me and one that I won`t have to re-sell/exchange for a better one in the future.

Thanks, and I'm happy to give any more information if needed!!!!

Aleks
 

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I would go with the SF elite carbon stabilizer. If its anything like the Fuse carbon blade then you won't be dissapointed.
 

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Also how do I get that whole V-Bar thing? Do I have to buy extra parts or do you buy them whole as a set?
 
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