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    Default The "index"

    Check this out...
    I posted it on AT awhile back but forgot about you guys here...

    I've had the chance to shoot this thing since it's inception... Finally going to production with it they say...

    Thought i'd share for anyone interested...

    Basically i fully adjustable stabilizer knuckle that allows for incremental angular adjustments down to 30 degrees (depending on what bushing u use)..

    Made by a compay called Rubicon Archery up here in Michigan...

    If any of you guys are like me in terms being able to manipulate a bow to hold rock steady check it out...
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    Pretty neat looking rigs right there.

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    How much do those cost
    Target: Hoyt ProElite XT3000 C2, 60# 30", CBE Quad Lite, CBE 3x .019, Trophy Taker, Easton Fatboy 400's(indoor) lightspeed 400 (outdoor)

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    MSRP is 64 bucks i believe...

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    Default Protoype Indexs..

    I bought a handful of some of there over stock prototype knuckles..
    Basically production stuff withsomehad drilled and tapped set screws...

    If anybody is interested in trying one out for a good deal pm me...

    I'll post up an ad in the classfieds...

    here's a link..

    http://www.3dshoots.com/forums/showt...916#post280916
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    What's the advantage of having the stabilizer angle down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    What's the advantage of having the stabilizer angle down?

    Lowers center mass and impacts C of G... Compensates for top heavy bows (which all are)..
    Has a direct affect on bow stability in the vertical plane and will aid in keeping your bow more stable and less prone to want to lean left to right...
    Induces a pendulum effect pivoting about the apex of the grip... Works really well and this thing is designed as to be able to fine tune or optimize the best position utilizing sevral different settings... Offset angles have been around for awhile but none like this... Hope this helps..

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    Does it work like a quick connect or put it infront of a quick connect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Does it work like a quick connect or put it infront of a quick connect?
    It requires you fully unthread the stabilizer from the knuckle and you can stow the cap piece and bushing on the stabilzer stud... Not a quick dis-connect... simple and easy however..

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