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    Default Lookin For A Good Stabilzer

    Im New To Feildrounds And 3d Been Huntin For About 3 Yrs With Bow.im Lookin For A Good Setup Of Stabilizers For Front And V-bar Rear Im Shootin A Mathews Lx.if U Know Of A Good Used Set Or What Company To Buy From Or What Sizes It Sure Would Help.thanks

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    Wildbowman2-

    I personally like Vibracheck. I am using an all carbon 28 in. with an 8 in. back stabilizer. The 8 in. is on what they call a kickstand. It mounts behind the stabilizer and in front of the bow. It points the 8 in. back and out. I only use it on the left side to offset the weight of the sight. These come with extra weights so you can find what you like. They do have several v-bar setups available also. Hope this helps. Jeff

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    Vibracheck is the best setup I think. I dont use the vbar system but I do use a 12in vibracheck in the front..

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