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PostSubject: easton st epic and st excel shafts.   Tue Apr 05, 2011 7:12 am

hey guys i have some easton st epic and st excel shafts and am wondering what fobs i need.
there 340 shafts 9.4 gpi
with hp inserts (the inserts and nocs are a bit smaller than normal diameter)
are these considered easton "axis" shafts?
what size fob shuld i use, i have some standard fobs, and they go on, but if the nock isnt on tight there a bit lose.
thanks guys!
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PostSubject: Re: easton st epic and st excel shafts.   Wed Apr 06, 2011 12:57 pm

G'day Lemonfuzzy

I have looked at the order page at Starrflight.com it has two charts for sizing. I do not know where the epics fall the Easton st is on the axis size chart but it does not say epic just st and FMJ.

You may have better luck than I did or you can shoot Paul an email and he will get back to you ASAP. paul@starrflight.com

Cheers Mate

Will

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PostSubject: Re: easton st epic and st excel shafts.   Wed Apr 06, 2011 6:58 pm

VAhunter08 wrote:
G'day Lemonfuzzy

I have looked at the order page at Starrflight.com it has two charts for sizing. I do not know where the epics fall the Easton st is on the axis size chart but it does not say epic just st and FMJ.

You may have better luck than I did or you can shoot Paul an email and he will get back to you ASAP. paul@starrflight.com

Cheers Mate

Will

yeah thats what i found as well, im ASUMING that there axis fobs. cause the standard fobs are a bit lose.
just wanna know for sure before i buy a tube and then they dont work Razz
but seeing as these are "st" shafts ide say that they fall under axis fobs.
thanks for your time!
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PostSubject: Re: easton st epic and st excel shafts.   Thu Apr 07, 2011 7:08 am

Epic shafts are larger diameter than the axis shaft. The standard FOB does fit over the epic shaft but it is loose, most likely too loose to shoot in my opinion. I do not have any axis FOBs to try and see if they fit onto the epic shaft.
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PostSubject: Re: easton st epic and st excel shafts.   Thu Apr 07, 2011 7:11 am

ace7038 wrote:
Epic shafts are larger diameter than the axis shaft. The standard FOB does fit over the epic shaft but it is loose, most likely too loose to shoot in my opinion. I do not have any axis FOBs to try and see if they fit onto the epic shaft.
yeah they are a bit to lose,
call me dodgey, but i wrapped a few turns of sticky tape around the shaft and then stuf the fob on, and its fits great, nice and snug, and i spun it on a level and it seems to be very well centered as well.
ill shot a few off and see how they go.
not the best, but hopefully they will hold up Smile
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PostSubject: Re: easton st epic and st excel shafts.   Thu Apr 07, 2011 3:12 pm

Lemonfuzzy & ace7038 here is a link to a youtube video on how to make the axis FOBs fit epic arrows.



Hope this helps you and all who need it.

Cheers

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