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flintforever
10-06-2009, 03:55 PM
I need to replace a few vanes 4" on my Beman ICS BOWHUNTERS SHAFTS
I also have a few cabelas carbon hunters 4" that need repair
I like to know what plastic vanes to purchase there are a few different type on the market.I think they are 4 degrees of set
I look at
Arizona Archery Elite Plastifletch Vanes 4"
NAP QuikSpin ST 4 inch
Norway Duravanes 4"
or any one have a better choice
Bow martin saber 2008 model set up 53 max at 27" I use a 28" shaft

Spiker
10-06-2009, 04:11 PM
I always use 4" feathers but if I were going to shoot plastic it would probably be Duravanes.
Here is a good place to buy them ''''''---------->
http://www.bowhunterssupplystore.com/Vanes.php

oktx
10-06-2009, 05:49 PM
1st choice is Vanetec 2nd choice Duravane.

Montalaar
10-07-2009, 12:09 AM
Duravanes are made out of a stiffer Material than those Arizona vanes. Quickspins are useless as there are better designs on the market. You might take a look at the Firenock Aerovane 2. :)

flintforever
10-07-2009, 04:57 PM
1st choice is Vanetec 2nd choice Duravane.
I think I will go with the vanetec v max 4"

oktx
10-08-2009, 06:23 AM
I think I will go with the vanetec v max 4"

This is what I use. They stick great, great through a biscuit, and cheap.

bubbacrabb
10-08-2009, 07:44 AM
Duravanes work well for me. Trying out some blazers here in a min cause they were already on some shafts I bought, might be strippin them, but thought it's worth a try:)

AlienX
10-09-2009, 09:59 AM
im using blazers an all but about 3 arrows wich still have the 4" factory easton vanes wich ive had to trim cause they have rippled and cracked i was told that i was from arrow contact but i do not believe that just not very with the factory easton vanes. i did however have an issue with glue on my blazers they would peel off very easily since been fixed and lasting very well

davydtune
10-09-2009, 10:34 AM
I prefer the Arizona in 4" vanes so I 'd go wit them. However if you where wanting a total switch IMO the 2" Blazers are by far the best hands down. I've used them with everything from mechanical heads to 5 blade Innerloc heads. They will control just about any BH on the market.