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Typical171



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PostSubject: FOBs and G5 Prime Shift   Sun Feb 19, 2012 11:51 pm

Has anyone shot the Fobs out of G5's Ti-Glide cable system? I have a new Shift on the way and want to rig it with a QAD rest ( which I have had absolutely no problems with FOB clearance) and was wondering with the TI-Glide system moving in at full draw then moving away from the arrow toward the end of the shot, if anyone has any issues with this? After watching the G5 video on you tube in slow motion there appears to be a lot of clearance as the fletching (in the video) passes by the cable system. Any info would be appreciated.
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PostSubject: Re: FOBs and G5 Prime Shift   Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:06 pm

Hey Typical171,

Sorry to make you wait so long. My guess is no one has shot the Shift here. IMO the Ti-Guide is like any other flex guard. It will get out of the way in time for you to use FOB's. I would suggest you find one to look at and flex it inward and look at the clearance, the fob has an outer diameter of 1" and are a 1/2" long. Hope this helps.

Will

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PostSubject: Re: FOBs and G5 Prime Shift   Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:20 am

VAhunter08 wrote:
Hey Typical171,

Sorry to make you wait so long. My guess is no one has shot the Shift here. IMO the Ti-Guide is like any other flex guard. It will get out of the way in time for you to use FOB's. I would suggest you find one to look at and flex it inward and look at the clearance, the fob has an outer diameter of 1" and are a 1/2" long. Hope this helps.

Will

Thanks Will, I have already tried out this combination on my new Shift and no problems whatsoever. Like always "Flies like a dart!"

Thanks again,
Joe
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