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    Default Rest head height?

    What is the appropriate rest head height? Is there some sort of standard for tournaments?
    Normally, rest head X is shaped so that one side is for screw/stun and other for top/run through.

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    I always use the wider x, whatever the shot...

    Just adjust your arms if you need to hit higher, that way you can keep your head in line w

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    Hi pottr. I also almost always use wider X.
    But in this new club I'm in, I have a definite feeling that rest heads are higher than usual. Even w

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    The rest toes might be oversized?

    I couldn't tell you if there is a standard size. What I can tell you is there are more different types

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    We have some new rests in our club and it's not easy to see the difference between the low X and the high X. That moose head rest would be great if wa

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