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Old 12-06-2006, 02:18 PM   #1
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I have a '06 fred bear element i have bad hand shock from it and i want to put a FB CODE cam on here . will this work???
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Old 12-06-2006, 04:00 PM   #2
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I have a '06 fred bear element i have bad hand shock from it and i want to put a FB CODE cam on here . will this work???
Probably have to check with FB on that one. The element doesn't seem to be that bad a bow, what makes you want to change the cam? If it boils down to hand shock, I would try the STS system. Much cheaper in the long run. Changing cams would also lead to changing strings and cables. And for less than $50 the STS may solve your problem. Good Luck
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Old 12-06-2006, 05:21 PM   #3
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Probably have to check with FB on that one. The element doesn't seem to be that bad a bow, what makes you want to change the cam? If it boils down to hand shock, I would try the STS system. Much cheaper in the long run. Changing cams would also lead to changing strings and cables. And for less than $50 the STS may solve your problem. Good Luck
agree STS is the answer and the bow will proabably shoot better w/the STS....also quieter
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Those new FB bows are fantastic and a real deal at their prices. I agree with the others put an STS on it and you will not believe how much it will change the hand shock and vibration.
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Old 12-10-2006, 07:53 AM   #5
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You might check your cam timing and your tiller adjustment also. Sometimes if these are off it can cause a kick. I wouldn't think a cam change would help with hand shock. The STS advice might work. I had a Jennings CK 3.5 with the swing arm cable guard and shock stopper on it. It still had hand shock. That is why it cost me $275 brand new. It was a nice bow, just a little on the noisy side with a kick.

Hand shock means different things to different people. It is hard to know what degree of "shock" a person is referring to. I hope you get it figured out, because a shock free bow is very fun to shoot.....
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