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    I was wondering if anyone shoots a fred bear bow with the shock stopper on it I am having some problems with it were the serving hits the shockstopper it keeps breaking my serving

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    Quote Originally Posted by joracing3 View Post
    I was wondering if anyone shoots a fred bear bow with the shock stopper on it I am having some problems with it were the serving hits the shockstopper it keeps breaking my serving
    get rid of it.

    If your talking about the "shockstopper" that is attached to your cable slide its crap, your lucky it isn't falling off on its own. I would dump the hole cable slide, replace it with a Teflon one and put on an STS. you'll see a huge improvement in performance and adjustability.

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    thx kinda what I was thinking of doing can you shoot it without an sts for now I have a shoot this weekend and don't have time to order one did'nt know if those bows had to have a string suppressor or not

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