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#1130591 - 01/15/09 01:42 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: LCU]
TheAirMan
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His usual comments was exactly the right answer.
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#1130605 - 01/15/09 01:53 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: LCU]
LCU
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Who is the tndeer bow expert?
You fell for it dude!
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#1130628 - 01/15/09 02:10 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: LCU]
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 Originally Posted By: LCU
extreemoutdoors, or shoot me a PM, to avoid the tndeer bow expert making his usual comments.


LCU , I was trying to be nice and answer one of your questions . ;\)
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#1130634 - 01/15/09 02:18 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: JeepKuntry]
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 Originally Posted By: JeepKuntry
Welcome aboard! I'm thinkin your last name is Malone. If so, I'm sure you'll know me because I had you order a string for my Katera. Can't wait to have a free day to be able to come get her worked on!

Hey Greg your correct ill post pics of your strings up on here first ill try to get some good pics. And radar is correct on the strings they are not fitted to you they are made to the specs of the bow. A good custom string is prestretched and good quality serving used my maker uses the halo serving and has had zero seperation problems and when the bow is setup with the prestretched strings you have the peace of mind of them not stretching which is the num 1 cause of poor shooting bows and in most cases the new strings pick up a few fps i about forgot to mention that you can choose any color combonation you want

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#1130639 - 01/15/09 02:22 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: xtremeoutdoors]
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 Originally Posted By: xtremeoutdoors
 Originally Posted By: JeepKuntry
Welcome aboard! I'm thinkin your last name is Malone. If so, I'm sure you'll know me because I had you order a string for my Katera. Can't wait to have a free day to be able to come get her worked on!

Hey Greg your correct ill post pics of your strings up on here first ill try to get some good pics. And radar is correct on the strings they are not fitted to you they are made to the specs of the bow. A good custom string is prestretched and good quality serving used my maker uses the halo serving and has had zero seperation problems and when the bow is setup with the prestretched strings you have the peace of mind of them not stretching which is the num 1 cause of poor shooting bows and in most cases the new strings pick up a few fps


Are you making them yourself ? I agree with the halo serving and having them pre stretched under tension . What string fibers are they using 452X or 8125?
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#1130701 - 01/15/09 03:11 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: xtremeoutdoors]
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xtreme - do you like 8125 or 452 best?
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#1131078 - 01/15/09 07:52 PM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: JayMc]
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Extreme... what bow brands are you going to carry? Where in Greeneville will your shop be? As of now.. are you going to be working solo, or did you hire anyone from other local proshops?
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#1131480 - 01/16/09 04:38 AM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: backstraps]
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I have a builder out of virginia that builds them for me and he uses the 452 x since its more stable material it holds up better in heat and cold weather too. As of now i carry the Pse and Browning line and im working on a few more brands as well. My plans are to take small steps and not jump in to deep starting out. I also plan on making the setup process the num 1 priority. Too many times i have seen shops just put a rest on and bolt on some sights and there you go and in my opinion things like this is what makes people get out of archery. They think they cant shoot a bow when its not them it the bow. As of now my inventory is low because we havent got to build the shop yet seems like every time it gets dry enough to get started it rains. The shop will be located a little over a mile off of 11E on 172 (balieytown hwy) or about 11 miles from interstate 81 exit 36. I have not hired anyone as aof now it will be my wife and i starting out with some help from a good friend or 2 during the busy times.One last thing on the strings my builder stands behind them and he uses a serving lock during the serving application and then treats them with the scorpin venom before shipping for anyone that hasnt used this stuff you need to give it a try no words can describe it
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#1131758 - 01/16/09 08:32 AM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: xtremeoutdoors]
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xtreme... keep us informed as your progress. I work in Greeneville and would be very interested in seeing what you have going on. Certainly would be nice to have someone else new in the area.
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#1131770 - 01/16/09 08:41 AM Re: new from Greeneville [Re: backstraps]
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Is your shop named XtremeOutdoors ? Who is the guy who makes the custom strings? Does he have a website ? There might be some guys on here who live too far from your shop and might want to order from him .
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