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    it's all you dave.....lol.....it's not too much......lol

    nice stabs...............very well designed and made.
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    IMO stokerized is the best, not just product but the staff was very friendly and great customer service!
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    Why do I feel like I've just "vurped" every time I start one of these videos and "that" face appears?

    I do admit though, DOA you are a stand up kind of a guy that has shown you/us what liking pink can do to you!
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    Great crew at Stokerized. Super helpful and down to earth.
    Nice guys and great products.
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    Stokerized has many great options for the hunter and target archer. I need to get
    My hands on some of those dampeners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NHNS4 View Post
    Stokerized has many great options for the hunter and target archer. I need to get
    my hands on some of those dampeners
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    Sorry N4. Even as great as they are, they won't be able to help your hands!
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    Dampener was a nice addition for 2012. I was lucky enough to be able to use one this past hunting season and I was a big fan.

    If needed, you can pop the end decal off and screw an additional weight in front of the rubber dampener if you so please.

    The Stokerized crew makes some great looking and functional equipment.
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    Just so I didn't miss anything, stokerized didn't come out with any new designs this year and the only new thing was the dampener? I'm not saying this in a negative way at all towards the company, I just didn't want to miss out on anything new from them. I love my concealment hunter that I have on my bow right now.
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    The price point Al stabilizer is new as well.
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    on the 8 inch hunting stab,what is the standard overal weight,and what are the options.....i'm looking for about 9.5 to 10 oz...total.
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    just lookin for an answer on the question ,so i can ask who might have the setup i want, and how they like it. but that will work nick ,thank you...........................................the weight kit....it has two different weights in it ,and the saturn weight and dampener.....can everything fasten together if desired ,or is it saturn weight ,or rubber dampener.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karbon View Post
    The price point Al stabilizer is new as well.
    Did you ever do any testing to see how well the new rubber saturn weights compare to the jax dampeners on the end for reducing vibe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowtune&hunt View Post
    just lookin for an answer on the question ,so i can ask who might have the setup i want, and how they like it. but that will work nick ,thank you...........................................the weight kit....it has two different weights in it ,and the saturn weight and dampener.....can everything fasten together if desired ,or is it saturn weight ,or rubber dampener.
    Seem to recall you could fasten at least two items together with the Saturns having threads only on the back...



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