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AAE Max Stealth/Hybrid Vanes
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Contributors to this thread:
stick n string 18-Jan-20
Ermine 18-Jan-20
stick n string 18-Jan-20
Ermine 18-Jan-20
stick n string 19-Jan-20
stick n string 19-Jan-20
Timex 19-Jan-20
Ermine 19-Jan-20
elkster 19-Jan-20
Boatman71 21-Jan-20
18-Jan-20

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Anybody have advice on best place to find these specific vanes? I thought they were called max stealth but they say hybrid, but this vane in this specific color is what im looking for. Thanks in advance for any info

From: Ermine
18-Jan-20
Are you looking for max stealth? Or for the hybrids? Lancaster archery should have them

18-Jan-20
What is the difference between the two? A buddy is wanting to find them and cant. I believe its the color specifically he wants, but he thought they were called max stealth, but the vane says hybrid. So obviously they arent the same thing. Is it a different cut, or profile, or what?

From: Ermine
18-Jan-20
The max stealth and the hybrids are different. The hybrids are newer. I’ve heard they don’t require the prep like The max. Think they are lighter too

19-Jan-20
Thank you sir

19-Jan-20
He found em. Thanks fellas

From: Timex
19-Jan-20

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Perhaps a bad batch but I bought some aae vanes several bears ago & the adhesion sucked no matter I prepped them with or glue I used the would not hold ???

From: Ermine
19-Jan-20
Timex- did you use the AAE primer pen?

The AAE primer pen is really helpful. If you use that vanes won’t come off.

I’m not sure if the new hybrid vanes need the primer pen.

From: elkster
19-Jan-20
The new hybrid vanes did not need the primer pen to stick for me.

From: Boatman71
21-Jan-20
X2 on the primer pen. It is a necessity on the AAE's, but well worth it. AAE's are a great vane.

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