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    Hi, just bought a used Martin Pantera. Was wondering if string stop would be worth adding? Also, what brand?

    Has QAD Ultra rest Hunter dropaway, I added a stabilizer and changed draw length. Thanks. Timmy

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    It wouldn't hurt. If it's one of the newer Panteras it shuld have a hole drilled in the backside of the riser right below the grip. This is where the Martin STS mounts. There should also be a small threaded hole on the side to install a set screw to hold it in place.

    You should be able to purchase or order an STS though any Martin dealer or you can order one rom Martin's on-line store on their website. Part # is 8897.
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    I bought an aftermarket one(Noway ind,i think)for my Cheetah. The front mount was the only one available,so I cut down the mounting bar to make it rear mount. Works great. Even came w a Bowjax for the rod. 1/2 the price of the Martin sts.
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    Well, I may be out of luck. It doesn't have threaded hole anywhere on backside.

    Bow Number on ID tag says: 0793538. Not sure if factory tag or other.

    So I will have to go with a front mount, will that thread into hole my stabilizer screws into? Thanks for replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tla100 View Post
    Well, I may be out of luck. It doesn't have threaded hole anywhere on backside.

    Bow Number on ID tag says: 0793538. Not sure if factory tag or other.

    So I will have to go with a front mount, will that thread into hole my stabilizer screws into? Thanks for replies.
    The STS is not threaded on martins. And if you go to ebay or a Martin pro shop you can find it cheaper. Looking at the serial number its first to #'s indicate it is an 07 which probably don't accept a rear STS so you will have to go aftermarket.

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    Welcome to the forum.An STS is worth putting on.Here is a link to an aftermarket one at Cabelas


    http://www.cabelas.com/product/Hunti...3Bcat103974480

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