I am looking to put a string stopper onto a 2003 hoyt reflex bow, but I do not have a port in the back of the bow to put on in. Can anyone suggest on that will go into the front stablizer port? Or any other companies that make one for the cable slide?
There are several companies that make them that attach to the front stabilizer mount. I'm not at the shop right now and can't remember the names but I'm pretty sure they are around $40. I do know we have acouple different ones in stock. Check your local archery shops.
The Rattler adjustable bow string silencer was developed as a bow string suppression device to fit any compound bow with a front or rear mounting stabilizer hole. Constructed out of aluminum and titanium, this is the most advanced and clean looking unit on the market today, it almost looks like it is part of the bow and just not another add on. The unit is very easily installed by either attaching to the front or rear mounting hole, sliding the shaft out until the rubber bumper touches the string, and lock the set screws in place with the allen wrench that is provided.
It will mount in the "front stabilizer port" he speaks of.
Vibekiller, STS, Bow rattler, even Cabelas has a front mount string stopper. They range from $25-40 for most models. If your reflex has riser shox then you can get a cool hand luke string stopper that goes through the riser shox hole. There is also a STS that has a custom side mount for Hoyt/Reflex bows that do not have rear holes. It uses the lower quiver mounting hole that would be used with a 2 piece quiver.