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I have Red Head Carbon Max 2 arrows with Blazer vanes that have served me well with my Whisker Biscuit this season.

Since I am getting a drop away rest, should I stick with the 2" Blazers or get 4" vanes?
 

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I have Red Head Carbon Max 2 arrows with Blazer vanes that have served me well with my Whisker Biscuit this season.

Since I am getting a drop away rest, should I stick with the 2" Blazers or get 4" vanes?
You will want the Blazers to steer your broadheads. Assuming you're shooting fixed blades.
 

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I thought te 4" vanes were better for steering arrows than 2" vanes.
 

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Question is for drop away rest which size fletching is better for accuracy:

2"

4"
 

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2"- either Vanetec HP's or Duravane Predators. They steer broadheads great and they are short enough to get out of the way of drop away rests.
 

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i am shooting 4in vanes on my X Weaves with limdriver no issues
and i shot 2in blazers on two different set ups with drop aways with no issues,
i wouldn't change anything till you shoot them with your drop away i think it will shoot just fine
if it ain't broke don't fix it,you will have money for more toys:D
 

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Keep the Blazers they are the best vanes that i have ever had on my arrows. I have tried many different brands but keep going back to my trusty Blazers.
 
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