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    Compound, single or double rear stabilisers?

    Ok so I'm getting all sorts of different view points on this and thaught I would bring it up here.
    I'm about to buy a new stabiliser set up and I'm trying to decide on a single off set single or adjustable v-bar twin short rod set up.
    Some say single because that's the norm now, and 1 person says as my bow is older I would be able to balance the bow better with the double rod set up as I can adjust the weight between the top to achieve the balance I want.

    So what do you guys think on this? As I've only ever shot with just a long rod.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus37 View Post
    1 person says as my bow is older I would be able to balance the bow better with the double rod set up as I can adjust the weight between the top to achieve the balance I want.
    What do you mean? should that be 'between the two'? In a single back rod stab system the balance is achieved adjusting the angle of the single rear rod to get the bubble in the middle , the long rod balances the whole thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Tee View Post
    What do you mean? should that be 'between the two'? In a single back rod stab system the balance is achieved adjusting the angle of the single rear rod to get the bubble in the middle , the long rod balances the whole thing.
    Yea jerry that should have been two, dam iPhone. So why do some compound shooters use twin rear rods?.

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    because they like the feel.... it's one of those, "it depends on what you prefer" answers
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    Quote Originally Posted by bimble View Post
    because they like the feel.... it's one of those, "it depends on what you prefer" answers
    Ok, I'll try it both ways and see

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