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Any opinions on this press.
I've got one...It works great and was a great price...
They're nice and I do own one. My only issue was the workmanship. Don't get me wrong, it's very functional. But the fabrication details left a lot to be desired. If it came from my shop I would have been embarassed with the workmanship.
There were so many sharp edges that I cut myself a few times just setting it up. Then I spent about an hour filing sharp edges and removing burrs. NOt a big deal, but I shouldn't have had to do that. It should have been delivered to me that way.
If you're looking for a solidly built press at an affordable price, buy one. They work well. It's big, so set aside a pretty good size work area. Mine is on the stand and it does take up some floor space.
An extremely well built press, at about the best price you can get on a quality piece of equipment that will last a long time. Fast delivery too. I love mine. All the best, Glenn
I think as long as you don't have a Hoyt, you'll be fine with the bottle jack model. With a new Hoyt, you pretty much need to have a SureLoc X-Press.
They work fine with Hoyt bows. I own a few of them.
If you're referring to a parallel limbed bow (Trykon), Toad has an add on to make it work.
Im looking at it to press parallel limbed bows such as the bowtech
It will press a Bowtech. Just let him know what bow you have and he will set it up for you.
Just bought a parallel limb hoyt and see there may be an add on to it for the parallel limbs. Old post but hope someone can help me.
Trykon, can you message me?