C-2 Crank Cockers

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C-2 Crank Cockers

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I have two C-2 Crank Cockers. One is longer than the other ? Is there a reason why they are different lengths ? Thanks, HawkeyeMD
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For different draw lengths I would guess
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flightattendant100 wrote:
Tue Jun 29, 2021 12:02 pm
For different draw lengths I would guess
Yep if you mean just the rope length. I think there are two old crank models if I’m not mistaken. The first one I purchased was the C-2 :eusa-popcorn:
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Hmmmm. I assumed he meant the crank handle length. If that's what he meant, I assume the extra length was to give more mechanical advantage to help overcome the heavier draw weight of the later models of bows.
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The body of the Crankeroo is longer than the C2. The handles are identical.
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Thanks Boo ! That must be what I have ! One of each ! Thanks Again , Terry (HawkeyeMD )
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Boo, Do you know which one fits which crossbows ? Thanks, Hawkeyemd
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The C2 fits bows with a plastic molded rear sling swivel attachment. The Crankeroo fits bows with the metal sling swivel stud.
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Thanks Boo, I figured you'd know the answer ! Thanks Again, Hawkeyemd
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