Butt hook for ftp 900

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  1. Unclefreddy

    Unclefreddy New Member

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    what butt hook assembly would you established field target competitors recommend for a ftp 900
     
  2. skydog

    skydog Talent Is Overrated

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    I've had one of these on my FTP for the past year and i have no complaints. Quality piece of kit at a reasonable price:

    The Peter Jacobs Butthook...
     
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  3. Darron

    Darron Reformed Bandit

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    Another one for the above
     
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  4. Ferisk

    Ferisk New Member

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    Hi Unclefreddy

    Would you sell me your unwanted FTP900 one
    PM me please
     
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  5. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    It's a very personal thing and down to fit, budget and adjustability. I use Gemini because of the fit, but it's a pain to adjust and they aren't the cheapest (but then there are some really expensive ones these days).
     
  6. Welsh Wizard

    Welsh Wizard I`m Back! Staff Member

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    Contact Peter jacobs on herequest ( countorik), he is also a club mate of yours at Tondu!


    He makes a fully adjustable replacement hook for £275 or he does a nice extention kit that makes the ftp hook much better.
    Think they were £150 ish ??
     
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  7. Mel

    Mel Not so new member

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    You could also consider the maestro design by Andras Fekete which is very reasonably priced and provides lots of flexibility with the ability to rotate through 360 degrees of each ''link'. Several add-ons/options. 3d printed so quite light too.
     
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  8. Unclefreddy

    Unclefreddy New Member

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    Thanks simon
     

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