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    Default new alien

    can you order the new alien with solid limbs ?

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    Nope

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelc View Post
    Nope
    made me lol ...
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    Cant get much clearer than that. How bout a Prowler w Hybrix 3.0 cams and limbs from the Seeker?
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    I guess I'll be sticking with the Scepter V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawgEnvy View Post
    Cant get much clearer than that. How bout a Prowler w Hybrix 3.0 cams and limbs from the Seeker?
    lol, nope. What you see is what you get.

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    Well, you can't get a quicker or clearer answer than that!!! LOL

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    I'm not really sure why there would be an opposition to dual limbs...there is nothing in regards to tuning or performance that is lacking with split limbs vs. solid. We had them back in the 90's and they worked just fine but public perception dictated otherwise. Most people don't know that Martin also invented the fall away rest...because the public didn't accept it we never pursued a patent. Boy was that a mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelc View Post
    I'm not really sure why there would be an opposition to dual limbs...there is nothing in regards to tuning or performance that is lacking with split limbs vs. solid. We had them back in the 90's and they worked just fine but public perception dictated otherwise. Most people don't know that Martin also invented the fall away rest...because the public didn't accept it we never pursued a patent. Boy was that a mistake.
    some of us are just not ready to move along with the times at hand.i just dont like the look of a split limb,but the split is taking over and thats just the way it is.i am not a person to follew a trend and accecpt that things move forward.heck i still prefer my 88 4runner to most all new rigs out on the market.

    and dang i did not know martin invented the drop away.learn somthing new every day.thanks for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelc View Post
    I'm not really sure why there would be an opposition to dual limbs...there is nothing in regards to tuning or performance that is lacking with split limbs vs. solid. We had them back in the 90's and they worked just fine but public perception dictated otherwise. Most people don't know that Martin also invented the fall away rest...because the public didn't accept it we never pursued a patent. Boy was that a mistake.
    Only thing I don't like about the split limbs is not being able to back them out to tie in a peep or do some tuning.
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