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Hoyt Shooters/Side mount STS?


Deitz Dittrich

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Anybody out there put the new STS side mount system on their hoyt?... I am thinking I want to do this, but always nice to hear from someone who has done it that it works like it says?

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DD, I haven't seen the side mount- what's the scoop with that. I had an STS on my '05 Protech, but that was the original STS- mounted in the front just behind the stabilizer. How's the sidemount work?

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Scooter--I think its pretty much the same system... But I wasn't interested in mounting off the front... Many of the STS systems are now rear mounted as new bows have a bushing for STS systems now... My bow being a 2005 model doesnt have the extra bushing... STS is now making a system for 2007 that mounts on bows like mine that uses one of the holes and mounts off the side of the bow.

scoots- do a google search for side mount STS and you will see what I am talking about.

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Gotcha- I see. Mine mounted in front. Looks to be about the same deal though. Sorry, I'm no help in answering your question though.

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Eye- string vibration... supposedly it quiets your bow quite a bit...

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