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    i was at the asa in paris and had a time with keeping my hoyt katera balanced and was looking to find a set of v bars for a decent price ,but not get anything junkie. I would very much appreciate any suggestions

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    Vibracheck with monkeybar brackets or doinkers with their new quick detach vbar bracket.

    Vbars and inexpensive don't go together. Sorry to say but vbars are expensive.
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    I would recommend Bernie's Control Freak...

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    Nunzio makes a set that fits the risor hole in the Hoyts. I have them on my Elite bow.

    Not cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Nunzio makes a set that fits the risor hole in the Hoyts. I have them on my Elite bow.

    Not cheap.
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    Yeah he got 2 set my bow up at paris just needed side bar tho not v-bars for mine helped me with going 2 a 18" front stab
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Vibracheck with monkeybar brackets or doinkers with their new quick detach vbar bracket.

    Vbars and inexpensive don't go together. Sorry to say but vbars are expensive.
    Chris is correct.....

    Vbars are not cheap however I would buy the most adjustable ones you can find so you don't spend a ton of money experimenting with a setup. Doinker, Shrewd and others have some nice ones that are not cheap but you can adjust to your heart's content.

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