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Old 03-27-2017, 06:11 PM
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Default Re: Kwikee Quiver on Satori

Looks good. But this may be a deal breaker for me on the riser. Dang. There is always something with Hoyt. So far the best 17" ILF risers cut past far enough from center to give me good clearance with my plungers don't have sight mount holes for my quivers, the 17" Satori and the WW Black Wolf. I guess I'll have to use a Thunderhorn or Selway.
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That's weird they didn't tap the 17" riser for a quiver. They DID tap the 21" riser, my Kwikee quiver fits perfectly.
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Old 03-28-2017, 05:18 AM
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Necessity is the mother of invention. Nice option, especially with a longer cushion plunger.
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Old 03-28-2017, 06:13 AM
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Necessity is the mother of invention. Nice option, especially with a longer cushion plunger.
The end of the quiver sits just in front of the berger hole. Just enough that I had no problem with my springy rest which sits out from the riser a bit.
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Old 03-28-2017, 07:52 AM
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That's weird they didn't tap the 17" riser for a quiver. They DID tap the 21" riser, my Kwikee quiver fits perfectly.
The position of the riser cutouts don't allow for it on the 17. Personally, I like Moogs adapter better. Not only does it center the quiver loaded with arrows better, it keeps the entire works out of the way of other attachments.
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Default Re: Kwikee Quiver on Satori

Sticks out way to far for me, but maybe it can double as some sort of bow hanger? If not, Id be putting that in a lathe and taking an inch or more off it.
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Old 03-28-2017, 11:36 AM
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Sticks out way to far for me, but maybe it can double as some sort of bow hanger? If not, Id be putting that in a lathe and taking an inch or more off it.
I would like it about 1/2" shorter, but certain don't have lathe skills or availability. lol It will work as is. Balance isn't too bad with it on the bow either, but I generally stand hunt and remove a quiver anyways. I also like using the catquiver when I need a pack for a full day sit.
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I would like it about 1/2" shorter, but certain don't have lathe skills or availability. lol It will work as is. Balance isn't too bad with it on the bow either, but I generally stand hunt and remove a quiver anyways. I also like using the catquiver when I need a pack for a full day sit.
Could you use a Treelimb mount? I'd post the link but my post count is too low.
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Old 03-28-2017, 01:17 PM
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Could you use a Treelimb mount? I'd post the link but my post count is too low.
That quiver also uses the AMO holes for the posts. Same as a kwikee.
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Old 03-28-2017, 01:22 PM
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That quiver also uses the AMO holes for the posts. Same as a kwikee.
Right but I'm talking about the bracket they also sell. They make them for the hexagonal hole Hoyt uses for riser-mounted quivers as well as all the other manufacturers. If you search Treelimb mount you'll see what I mean.
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Old 03-28-2017, 01:27 PM
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Right but I'm talking about the bracket they also sell. They make them for the hexagonal hole Hoyt uses for riser-mounted quivers as well as all the other manufacturers. If you search Treelimb mount you'll see what I mean.
Never thought of that. Good thought. That said, I really wanted a kwikee. (that sounds bad lol)
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Old 03-28-2017, 01:31 PM
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Right but I'm talking about the bracket they also sell. They make them for the hexagonal hole Hoyt uses for riser-mounted quivers as well as all the other manufacturers. If you search Treelimb mount you'll see what I mean.


Yep. this looks like it will work as well if not better. Where were you when I posted this last week. lol

http://www.treelimbproducts.com/stor...roducts_id=197

Allows adjustment with regard to distance to riser and angle. Probably not as secure since the adjustment is a friction clamp but I like it.
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Yep. this looks like it will work as well if not better. Where were you when I posted this last week. lol
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The reason I know about these is that I was looking at using one on my compound with an HHA and Tightspot.
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Old 03-28-2017, 04:26 PM
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...Making the mistake of spending all my time on AT

The reason I know about these is that I was looking at using one on my compound with an HHA and Tightspot.
You are going to cost me $25. It's a good solution.
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