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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper View Post
    Amazing that Easton dont have any info about cutting their own ACE arrows and which end is front and back on their Web Site. I'm not prepared to phone the USA for this basic information.
    I have never used ACEs, just X10's who are similar regarding the shaft markings. AFAIR the shafts come with a small leaflet, I assume you did not find the information in it. I agree there should be some instruction about what is the rear side but the picture of the arrow assembled with ACE shaft in the page I linked should provide a clue.





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    I am pretty sure I remember seeing on one of the 'Easton Target Arrow Pages', when I was looking for ACE spine sizes, that they should be be cut from the front. They do not specify a 'maximum' amount.

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    Yep, cut from the front on ACE and X10's due to the barrel design. The front of the arrow is the end nearest the E of Easton on the decal.
    The Easton website states the maximum amount you should cut down each arrow spine.

    https://eastonarchery.com/target/ace-shafts/

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    I thought the catalogue was pretty clear. The ACE page shows a picture of the fletch end of the shafts, in relation to the Easton logo, and details the maximum trim amount of the various sizes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper View Post
    Amazing that Easton dont have any info about cutting their own ACE arrows and which end is front and back on their Web Site. I'm not prepared to phone the USA for this basic information.
    You perhaps didn't look in the right place, or speak with any Authorized Easton Dealer.

    You can find the information near the bottom of this Easton FAQ page, which has a clear link on Easton's website front page.

    http://e8d.a7e.mwp.accessdomain.com/faqs/
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