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    Default bow tech gurus

    Ok ya'll how do you git a limbsaver to stick to a sts end that needs reattached
    Huhhhhhh



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    Ok ya'll how do you git a limbsaver to stick to a sts end that needs reattached
    Huhhhhhh
    A thin layer of clear silicone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IChim2 View Post
    A thin layer of clear silicone.
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    Go to the hardware store and buy the 3M outdoor double sided adhesive tape. It has a red plastic backing that you peel off the one side of the roll.

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    there are no bowtech guru's ,once archers approach average skills and experience they move on to hoyt.

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    Yeah, because then they're ready for a bigger challenge!

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    yeah, like having enough equipment confidence to enter a tournament.

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    hey 737...........your so cool
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    yeah ,but 838 to 8+40+ is way mo better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long Draw View Post
    yeah ,but 838 to 8+40+ is way mo better.
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    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walks with a gimp View Post
    Go to the hardware store and buy the 3M outdoor double sided adhesive tape. It has a red plastic backing that you peel off the one side of the roll.
    That's what I'd do

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