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    • Ed Zachary
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      Who sells carbon rod:?:

      Looking to stuff some old 2300 AFC’s,
      need 9/64″ diameter or slightly larger.

    • kingwouldbe
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    • Ed Zachary
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      Got it, thanks KWB ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jarrod Feiner
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      Kingwouldbe wrote: Hi Ed here is where I get mine.
      http://www.acp-composites.com/home.php?cat=4662

      OK. You got the curiousity up. Could you tell me about these carbon rods. How does the spine work? From the photo, I could not tell if the rods (shafts) were hollow.

      Very interesting site. Thanks.
      j

    • Ed Zachary
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      J, a ‘rod’ is typically solid, a ‘tube’ is hollow.
      On the carbon vendor site KWB mentioned, the real tip-off is the
      word “solid”, as in a solid rod ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Don’t know how stiff the rods are yet, probably not a lot
      because of the 0.140″ diameter.

      I’m copy-catting what KWB has already done with his tank-buster arrows,
      search this forum and you’ll find his photos of how he does it.

    • Jarrod Feiner
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      Ed Zachary wrote: J, a ‘rod’ is typically solid, a ‘tube’ is hollow.
      On the carbon vendor site KWB mentioned, the real tip-off is the
      word “solid”, as in a solid rod ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Don’t know how stiff the rods are yet, probably not a lot
      because of the 0.140″ diameter.

      I’m copy-catting what KWB has already done with his tank-buster arrows,
      search this forum and you’ll find his photos of how he does it.

      Thanks for the info. I will check out KWB’s post.
      J

    • Ed Zachary
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      Jarrod Feiner wrote: [quote=Ed Zachary]J, a ‘rod’ is typically solid, a ‘tube’ is hollow.
      On the carbon vendor site KWB mentioned, the real tip-off is the
      word “solid”, as in a solid rod ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Don’t know how stiff the rods are yet, probably not a lot
      because of the 0.140″ diameter.

      I’m copy-catting what KWB has already done with his tank-buster arrows,
      search this forum and you’ll find his photos of how he does it.

      Thanks for the info. I will check out KWB’s post.
      J

      Forgot to say – 9/64″ darn close to 0.140″, that’s the I.D. on my carbon shafts,
      I just stuffed a 9/64″ drill-bit down inside to measure.

    • Jarrod Feiner
      Post count: 36

      Ed Zachary wrote: [quote=Jarrod Feiner][quote=Ed Zachary]J, a ‘rod’ is typically solid, a ‘tube’ is hollow.
      On the carbon vendor site KWB mentioned, the real tip-off is the
      word “solid”, as in a solid rod ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Don’t know how stiff the rods are yet, probably not a lot
      because of the 0.140″ diameter.

      I’m copy-catting what KWB has already done with his tank-buster arrows,
      search this forum and you’ll find his photos of how he does it.

      Thanks for the info. I will check out KWB’s post.
      J

      Forgot to say – 9/64″ darn close to 0.140″, that’s the I.D. on my carbon shafts,
      I just stuffed a 9/64″ drill-bit down inside to measure.

      Thanks for the post script; I’m quite interested in what you all are doing. I’ve got a slew of questions. I’ve been searching for the tankbuster arrow post, so my questions are likely to be addressed there.
      Keep well, and thanks.
      j

    • Hiram
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      Weight forward internal footing

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