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Old 02-12-2009, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default Goltip 55/75 or 75/95

I shoot a mathews Dren LD at 29.5 with a 30" arrow or so and a 100gn tip, 61 pounds maxed out. I'm shooting 55/75 now and get a wicked left tear through paper even with all the stuff in specs, including idler wheel. Those of you that shoot something similar, would going up to a 75/95 help? Easton's at GT's charts show I'm right on the borderline.
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Old 02-12-2009, 12:31 PM   #2
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Default That long of draw yes

Im just a 28 1/2" draw and find I like the stiffer 75/95.

I have both arrows cut exactly the same and the 75/95 just group a little better.
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Im just a 28 1/2" draw and find I like the stiffer 75/95.

I have both arrows cut exactly the same and the 75/95 just group a little better.
Thanks Boone. Anyone else?
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i am not a paper tune type of guy- Just wondering if you did a walk back and what your groups were like.
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Old 02-12-2009, 06:57 PM   #5
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Go with the 75/95. I setup every person in the shop with a 75/95 if their arrow length is 29" or greater and shooting 60lbs or higher. People must remember the 75/95 is only a .340 spine. Hope this helps.
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I'd say the 7595, too. It's 340 spine would just fit your setup better.

There is a way to confirm this and it's free. If your bow can be turned down try taking two turns off the limbs and see if the 5575 does better. If it does then you just confirmed that the 5575 is underspined.
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i am not a paper tune type of guy- Just wondering if you did a walk back and what your groups were like.
Yes, I'm the same and just paper tune for nock height. But when I wasn't getting consistant groups I delved further and paper tuned hoping for some answers.

I'll give the 75/95 a shot.

Thanks for the help guys.
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