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    Default which is better AAE or Goat Tuff?

    I'm having trouble keeping blazers on my carbon arrows which glue works best? I've been using aae fastset glue and no luck with good adhesiveness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atapro View Post
    I'm having trouble keeping blazers on my carbon arrows which glue works best? I've been using aae fastset glue and no luck with good adhesiveness.
    GoatTuff, without a doubt. Nothing else worked for me
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    I use flex bond from a company called flex fletch, comes in a white tube w/green writing....works better than any of the orthers...... a tube is like 4 bucks.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I like the GoatTuff but lately I have been using the VaneTec glue and its working great for me.

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    Whatever you do NEVER buy any Bohning glues!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    Whatever you do NEVER buy any Bohning glues!
    thats a kinda broad statement......
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Goat Tuff is what I use and have had great luck with it, on alum. and carbon arrows. The pro shop that I buy from, uses a glue designed for radio controled planes. Not sure on the name but they claim to have great luck with it. They pay about $4-$6 for a bottle about 5 times the size of goat tuff. I think I will continue to use goat tuff though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    thats a kinda broad statement......
    One I stand behind as well. They've cost me a lot of money because their glues are such crap, both inserts as well as fletchings.
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