I have Black Max Limbs (45# - long) on a 23" Hoyt Excel Riser. I am trying to lower the draw weight by backing out the Adjustment Bolt. The manual says the bolts can be backed out a maximum of six full turns. My issue is that if I back them out more than two turns, I cannot physically slide the limbs back on -- when I slide the dovetail into the slot, there's not enough play to tilt the limb so that the groove cut in the end of the limb will catch the Adjustment Bolt which is now too high and keeps the limb from sliding all the way in. (see picture below). In fact, to back the bolt out 2 turns, I have to slide the limb on first, and then back the bolt out until it won't turn any more because of the tension on from the limb. Am I doing something wrong here?