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    Troubles with dominator

    I have a 2012 dominator with an anti torque rod. I set the center shot down the center and it shoots 4 inches right of where I am aiming. I have not more site adjustment to the right! I shot 3 bare shafts and they all broke in the target? Any idea how to straighten this out?
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    Looks to me like you need a little yoke tuning.
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    Thats my problem went to bare shaft and yoke tune but I keep breaking bare shafts?
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    Is it because they are hitting the target at such an extreme angle they are breaking?
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    I think so
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    How far are you standing from the target?
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    From the picture it doesn't look like they are hitting at that severe of an angle to break unless they are hitting something in the target?

    What's your set up? Poundage? Arrow spine? Arrow length? Centershot? What rest?
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    Nothing in the target but plastic bags
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    Ok. Wasn't sure if the tip might be hitting the 2x4 frame in the back of the target. Seems weird that they would just break like that.

    Looks like your arrow is running a good bit to the right of your stabilizer from the pic. If it were me I would try it the rest so the arrow was running parallel with the stabilizer. Then yoke tune from there.

    I don't have experience with that particular bow but it does look like the arrow is running a bit inside to me.

    Do you know what the centershot should be for those bows?
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    Not sure of the measurement for center shot... I'll check and go from there...
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    By the pictures it looks as if your center shot is off.
    The Arrow should run down the center of the riser.
    This is also true for the stabilizer.
    It looks like the arrows needs to go to the left.
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    Put the rest in the center of the riser and twist the yoke legs to get the arrow and cam lean to straighten out. Within nominal error, the arrow, rest and sight should be aligned - being aligned with the stab is not necessary but it should be relatively close.
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    Yeah I always thought the arrow should be close to the stabilizer...thnx for the help
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    put your straight rod back on and see what happens
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    Quote Originally Posted by RatherBArchery View Post
    put your straight rod back on and see what happens
    Agree with this. Am curious to see what difference the bent rod is making.
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    I out it back on... The only difference Is the draw weight went up
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    Ok this is what in get after putting the original cable guard on... I think bump the rest a little right? Then twist the right yoke a little?
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    Get a close up of your top cam
    From behind. Curious how much lean you have.
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    There's a sticky right at the top of this forum that addresses this very thing.....

    It is the bottom cam or your grip.....and the fact that your arrow is bordering on weak....and pulling the anti-torque rod off was probably the wrong move.

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    Yeah once I put the straight rod On I knew that the other rod would be going back on! I will check out your sticky..... How do you correct bottom cam lean? Does it have to be shimed?

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