iexpesports.nl are showing one but no price. May well be out of stock but could be worth dropping an email.Cheers everyone. It's the club that are pushing for me to use a clicker for tournaments but as I've an older riser no one seems to have a clue.
Sometimes archers get the idea that older bows are totally different from current ones. It is easy enough to see why that is when you notice all the different shapes and so on. But the screw sizes don't change that much. The only problem is knowing whether it's the metric sizes or imperial. American gear tends to be imperial so 6-32 is the most likely size. Longrods tend to be imperial too.but as I've an older riser no one seems to have a clue.
Reading your original post it sounds like you are missing the plate the clicker strikes. If you only need a clicker then 6/32 is the proper thread size. Beiter has them as well as Win&Win and probably a dozen other manufacturers.Hello everyone
I have a used Hoyt Nexus but it's missing a major component, the clicker plate. Would anyone know where I can obtain one from.
The ones on eBay don't come with any screws, so I'd be struggling to fix it to the riser.
At thoses prices I would go to a hardware shop & buy some aluminum plate & make my owniexpesports.nl are showing one but no price. May well be out of stock but could be worth dropping an email.
Amazone arccherie in France are showing stock
Some Australian sites are also showing them but shipping is always expensive.