limb bow wood?

what kind of wood are the limbs in an older bear whitetail bow getting snow skis to change out from compound to recurve or just longer compound...

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Bear Crap makes good sense but before I bought anything I would get a answer from

    our resident experts daniel g and Adam D and USAFisnumber1.

  • 3 weeks ago

    To be honest I would not bother with any of that when you can buy used bows very cheap. I needed parts for a old Eagle bow then found used ones in great shape for under $60. Here is a link that has that Bear bow in good shape super cheap;

    https://trainers4me.com/Compound-Bear-Whitetail-Hu...

    You can get these bows in used condition for under $75.

    Here is one on EBay super cheap;

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/BEAR-ARCHERY-WHITETAIL-HU...

    You can upgrade also. I have seen new bows that cost over $700 new sell for under $80 used just a few years after they came out. Just be sure of it's condition. After just 10 years a expensive bow sells cheap used.To do this pawn shops are great because you can inspect the bow carefully and barter with them.

    So if I were you I would invest in another one and save yourself all that work and time.

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