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    geronimo
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    Default String Suppressor for Cheetah?

    I have a 2008 Cheetah bow and want to know if the rear threaded hole is 90 degrees to the string so I can install a string supressor.

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    So as not to think you're being ignored I have to say "I don't know". Sorry I'm of so little help.

    PM PUG over on www.archerytalk.com. He's a service technician at Martin so should know.

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    Highlander
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    Ther is a rear hole for mounting a STS, not threadad. The rear hole has a set screw to secure the STS.

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    MarkFrantz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlander View Post
    Ther is a rear hole for mounting a STS, not threadad. The rear hole has a set screw to secure the STS.
    Take a combonation or Bow Square and check the angle from the hole in the riser , stick something in the hole and check it to your strings ! My buddy just bought a 08 Cheetah and the hole wasnt threaded either , so i took a Bottom tap and tapped it for him . or Go on the www.duravane.com and check out there new front mount string tamer they just released them , i just bought a front mount Fuse Stealth Shot for my Cheetah and it works perfect.
    Last edited by MarkFrantz; 03-20-2008 at 08:08 AM.

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    I just got my STS String Suppressor for my 08 Cheetah. Even though I had to do some sanding to get the end in the hole, it fits perfect and has reduced vibration and noise to an acceptable level.

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