I recently got a vintage (OK, it's just old) Indian Archery "Quest" bow. It was in great condition, and worked great. I took it to the range to sight it in, and had a newbie misfire incident. Long story short, the bow took a 5 ft. fall, and landed vertically on the lower limb. At first, it appeared to be fine, and I fired about 8-10 more arrows down range, with no problems whatsoever. Yesterday, I noticed that the lower limb has an axial fracture, where the pulley axle goes in. Also, my string frayed, and is now completely broken. My question is this, does anyone out there have 16 5/8" long, 1 5/8" wide, at the limb pocket, limbs that I could replace this with??? The top limb deflection number is 208, and the bottom is 212. It's a two cam bow, and probably 1st generation, as there is NO serial number present. The bow was set for 70lb draw, with a 31" draw length. I've tried to find limbs on the interwebs, but to no avail. I'm hoping that someone here has some old Indian parts that they'd be willing to let go of, without costing a small fortune.
Thanks again guys.