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    At first don't worry about the top cam....

    At first don't worry about the top cam. Twist/untwist cables to get the bottom correct. Then use the control cable (non-split) to get the top correct.
    Once they are in sync it is easier to tweak to...
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    I wouldn't do it. Warranty, possible safety...

    I wouldn't do it. Warranty, possible safety issues may arise.
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    The eye Dr. should be able to help you. Mine did,...

    The eye Dr. should be able to help you. Mine did, and now am happy with my vision. Took the Doc. ( I really think it was the lab) 9 tries to get glasses I was happy with.
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    At that length, the 350 s will work.

    At that length, the 350 s will work.
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    You can. It is a straight forward swap.

    You can. It is a straight forward swap.
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    Does not harm them a bit. Have you ever had the...

    Does not harm them a bit. Have you ever had the seal off one of these bearings? They look dry to me. As I said " a small amount".
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    The bearings are indeed sealed, but you could...

    The bearings are indeed sealed, but you could remove the cams and take a single edge razorblade and carefully lift the seal on each side and put a small amount of high quality lube under each seal...
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    These 2 ways are my fav for round steak.

    These 2 ways are my fav for round steak.
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    Go ahead and get it- that way you only take 1 azz...

    Go ahead and get it- that way you only take 1 azz chewing.
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    [Want To Buy] spirals

    pics of the 3.5 spirals
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    Sometimes you can move the top of the string 1...

    Sometimes you can move the top of the string 1 twist in the direction you want the peep to go, then move the bottom of the string the opposite. The theory is that the top moves it too far and the...
  12. The very easiest thing to do- move the limb bolts.

    The very easiest thing to do- move the limb bolts.
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    I've had two. A 2011 with fuels and I bought the...

    I've had two. A 2011 with fuels and I bought the rkts . The fuels were nice, but because of my d/l I had to use the #2 fuel cams in the short draw slot, so I preferred the rkts in the long draw...
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    If the new threads came up the same d/l, then the...

    If the new threads came up the same d/l, then the builder changed nothing. Long cables shorten d/l. Long string lengthens d/l.
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    I would have thought the same, and I really do....

    I would have thought the same, and I really do. One of the tuning tools I use for 2 track systems with straight rod is a red PSE slide-it lets the cables be farther from rod, closer to arrow. Usually...
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    Exactly- with the addition that "archers paradox"...

    Exactly- with the addition that "archers paradox" is associated with traditional gear or old compounds where there is NO centershot and the arrow has to be spined to flex around the riser.
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    Start close and when the tear is cleaned up move...

    Start close and when the tear is cleaned up move back as far as you want, a little at a time to see if the tear widens. If so, the adjustments will be smaller to correct.
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    I found it very enjoyable. Great deer . Great...

    I found it very enjoyable.
    Great deer . Great shot!!!!!
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    Just speculation here- maybe on the bows that...

    Just speculation here- maybe on the bows that have a large weight range, when closer to all the way down each turn makes more weight, so when eight-ten turns out each turn equals less weight. A...
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    I went back and checked. They show the HV- but...

    I went back and checked. They show the HV- but when you click on it (them), only the regular weight arrows come up, not the HV.
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    Their website doesn't show the HV s any longer....

    Their website doesn't show the HV s any longer. Wonder if they are still making them.
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    this

    this
  23. I guess I don't get the gist of your statement,...

    I guess I don't get the gist of your statement, except the last sentence.
  24. I was a lineman for a few years several years...

    I was a lineman for a few years several years ago.
    Maybe the ones on here don't know the difference between a real linesman belt and the crap the treestand people call a linesman belt.
    The pic...
  25. I heated up the end of, I think a 2312 and burned...

    I heated up the end of, I think a 2312 and burned the rubber away. Had to re-heat several times though. My bow, my way.
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    I didn't read pages 2,3,4- figured they were more...

    I didn't read pages 2,3,4- figured they were more of the same.
    I happen to have a Hoyt with rollers.
    Ever hunted in the rain and actually had to shoot?
    IMO a cable rod with slide that stuttered...
  27. The brass looking nut is the string adjuster. It...

    The brass looking nut is the string adjuster. It is in the longest adjustment. The other adjuster, on the left closer to the perimeter of the cam is for the buss cable. It is adjusted for the longest...
  28. Same with the e35 I had. I just cut them deeper.

    Same with the e35 I had. I just cut them deeper.
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    If you were to bracket a deer, back to belly,...

    If you were to bracket a deer, back to belly, with your thumb and index finger about a foot from your face, then extend to arms length keeping the same distance between thumb and finger- what...
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    If both bows had same rating.....should be very...

    If both bows had same rating.....should be very close to same speed. What you want to know,I think, is generally shorter bows are faster and generally have higher IBO ratings.
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