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    Default Timberdoodle on the wart-hog?

    Hey Guys,
    I have a Timberdoodle rest that has done a great job for me in the past, but do any of you think it's compatible with the Wart-Hog? I'm setting the bow up now, but will stop and get a new rest if it's necessary.
    Thanks for any input!
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    warthog is a fast bow. not too famiure with the timberdoodle, only way to find out is try it.

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    If you like it use it, I've used ome and there a good rest, it should work fine on the Wart hog.

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    Thanks guys. I'll give it a try. Just leery of using older technology on a new technology bow.
    Again, Happy New Year!
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    Last edited by baerman; 01-22-2011 at 03:40 PM.

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    Unfortunately I have not used a Timberdoodle. But I have used and have two other Bodoodles. My Pro lite is excellent for target shooting and my Zapper 300 is great for hunting. So if the Timberdoodle is anything like the rest of the line you will be fine.

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    Thank you Hutch and Son for the specific reply. It's been a great rest in the past, but with all of the new drop aways I wasn't sure. The physics of the Bodoodle design is "supposed" to have the rest out of the way when the fletching passes, but with super fast bows, who knows?
    Thanks again, and happy new year!
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    Last edited by baerman; 01-22-2011 at 03:41 PM.

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