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    Default What frame do you prefer?

    I'm thinkin' about getting the sure-loc supreme on my bowtech constitution(28 & 60). Do you prefer the 4 or 5.5 inch frame? How long of an extension do you find fits you best?

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    Based on what we sell, 400 (4 inch) is the most popular. If your shooting 3D and have decent speed, you will not need the 550. The 550 seems to be popular with the Field & Fita shooters but even some of them go with the 400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Based on what we sell, 400 (4 inch) is the most popular. If your shooting 3D and have decent speed, you will not need the 550. The 550 seems to be popular with the Field & Fita shooters but even some of them go with the 400.
    I have 1 of each and I use the 550 on my indoor bow......

    I dont believe there is a bow today that you could use all that frame, and not hit your scope, with the arrow, when the scope is in the lower areas of the frame
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Thanks guys, I think I'll go with the 400.

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