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Old 03-28-2017, 05:57 PM
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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.
Send it to me

I'll have my gunsmith or I have a race fab shop in a building I own that can cut it down and re thread
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Send it to me

I'll have my gunsmith or I have a race fab shop in a building I own that can cut it down and re thread
Really nice offer Joe. I don't want to impose. But THANK YOU!
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Really nice offer Joe. I don't want to impose. But THANK YOU!
No imposition

My gunsmith and I are close for 3 decades and I'm the race shops landlord

Let me know
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You are going to cost me $25. It's a good solution.
Hey, I had to get you back for costing ME with the Satori!

I'll be interested to hear how it works out. I still might get one for my compound but for my Satori I'll probably get an extra Tightspot bracket since it's a 19 and has the standard holes.
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Looks Good!
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I've cut a few of these down ,I see joe offered to shorten it ,ill offer also ..No charge ,I run a big machine shop,can fit small stuff like this in quick ..Don't mind helping a fellow Archer .Shoot me a PM if you need help.
By the way ,bow looks amazing
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Thanks guys. Good people on this site!
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I'll have to look into one of these!
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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



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.


Does anyone have a TightSpot mounted to one of these that could share some pictures?


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Here is mine 17" Satori riser 29.5 arrows. Seems pretty centered
on the bow to me. Hope I did pix right. New to forum.
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Looks good.
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Default Re: Kwikee Quiver on Satori

Looks like these adaptor/quivers are attached by single screw. How do you keep them from pivoting?
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The post is hex shaped which insets into the hex shaped recess on the riser. No way it can pivot. I honestly don't see how it could be designed any better. It places the quiver at the right height and it can be easily removed.
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So I tried to place an order with Treelimb but realized that their site security certificate is listed as 'not secure'. This is a bummer.
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Default Re: Kwikee Quiver on Satori

I don't know how Hoyt did not or could not machine standard site/quiver holes like all other 17" ILF risers. I honestly think that it was becasue of that stupid fred eichler stamp was in the way. There is now way it would not fit with that ridiculous thing there. It is because of those and the new grips that keep me from pulling the trigger on one. I'm pretty sure if someone was brave enough and had a the right high quality drill bit and drill press that it is very possible to just drill your own. Take some measurements and see if there is enough real estate and that includes that dumb fred eichler stamp, that'd be the first thing I would drill haha.
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