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  • SCBuilder66
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    No but the spine is arrow stiffness, and you will want the same thing with either arrow. If you crank down your draw weight to above 665 then I would jump up to .340

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  • mjo27
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    Alright cool man thanks, did it say anything about the Red Maxima's?

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  • SCBuilder66
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    You will want the .400 spine axis. Remember that your arrow may need to be cut a little longer than your actual draw length depending on where your arrow rest sits and what style you use.

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  • mjo27
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    Easton Axis and the Carbon Express Red Maxima' s

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  • SCBuilder66
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    Do you know what type of arrows you are looking for? Gold Tip, Easton, Cabelas Carbon Hunter? High end or more affordable?

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  • mjo27
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    2013 carbon knight by bow tech
    Cam type- not sure exactly
    Binary cam
    Draw weight is 61 or 62, not sure bit it is one of those
    Draw length is 27 inches
    Carbon arrows
    100 grain broadheads

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  • SCBuilder66
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    What's your bow, cam type (easy, medium, or agressive), single or dual cam? Draw weight and draw length? Also what type of arrows are you looking for carbon or aluminum? What weight of broadhead?

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  • I was wondering if anyone had one of those fancy arrow shaft selection softwares that they could run my numbers through real qui

    I was wondering if anyone had one of those fancy arrow shaft selection softwares that they could run my numbers through real quick. I have a mac and cannot find anything that will be compatible..

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