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    Default Sidebar mount?

    I'm looking for a sidebar mount that will fit through the bottom quiver hole on a Hoyt, what products are out there that I should look at?

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    http://deadcenterarchery.com/

    Makes about the best I've ever seen...
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    Default Aep

    Quote Originally Posted by za_boy View Post
    I'm looking for a sidebar mount that will fit through the bottom quiver hole on a Hoyt, what products are out there that I should look at?

    Thanks,

    ZA
    AEP side mount is designed for Hoyts
    http://www.aep-archery.com/products.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    AEP side mount is designed for Hoyts
    http://www.aep-archery.com/products.html

    AEP side mounts work really great on hoyts, I used one for a few years now I use the Doinker side mount. I modified my AEP mount so you could run 2 bars(one on each side) worked really good.
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    They both look good, thanks. I can't find what the AEP one is actually called, I just see pics of it on their website?

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    Default Graviloc system

    Quote Originally Posted by za_boy View Post
    They both look good, thanks. I can't find what the AEP one is actually called, I just see pics of it on their website?

    ZA


    http://www.aep-archery.com/graviloc.html

    Called graviloc system side vbar attachment for one side only. In your case through the risor hole. Nunzio at AEP will know what your talking about.
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