Hoyt gurus I am in need of your help! Please take a look at the four pictures that are linked to this post. My friend recently pointed out my bow has a huge gap where the bottom limb meets the rise. I believe something is terribly wrong because the Cam alignment markings are off for the bottom cams and the bow is pretty loud when it fires (think gunshot).
What I believe is the problem is that the black plastic limb cup (best way I can describe it) for the bottom cams are too shallow thus allowing the huge gap. When the old owner changed limbs, I think he replaced all those plastic things but did not consider the correct sizing (just my theory).
Is this a normal Hoyt thing?
What can I do to fix it?
Should I stop firing it until I get it right?
The first two are the bottom limbs which have a gap. The last two are top limbs for comparison of a snug fit. Please take a look.