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    Is it best to use v-bars, or offset back weight or what?

    I want more weight back or low to help offset the long stabilizer. What should I use. I am shooting a hoyt so I don't have the back stabilizer hole that the mathews has.

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    I also am shooting a Hoyt. I am using a Vibracheck (28 in.) carbon stabilizer with a 8 in. carbon back stabilizer. It is mounted to an offset bracket. They call it a kick stand. I don't have a lot of tip weight out front.

    The biggest thing I have found is that you want to balance the bow as much as possible, so you don't have to fight it at full draw.

    Jeff

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    I plan to try out the Vibracheck MXV system. This mounts to the accessory hole on the bottom on many risers like the ones on the hoyts.

    This will get the weight low on the bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    I plan to try out the Vibracheck MXV system. This mounts to the accessory hole on the bottom on many risers like the ones on the hoyts.

    This will get the weight low on the bow.
    yes what he said
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