Has anyone got their risers re dipped under warranty from Hoyt? On any models?
This Limited Lifetime Warranty covers normal use of the
product, and Hoyt does not warrant and is not responsible
1. The use of aftermarket products/accessories that
alter Hoyt’s specs or design.
2. Damage to strings, cables, bearings, damping materials,
finish (including paint, anodize, powder coat and
film-dipped finishes) resulting from normal wear-and tear.
99% of all your questions to include tuning and warranty are covered in the owners manual...There is a lot to be learned from any manufactures product manuals..When new bows come out I always read the manuals you never know what might change form year to year...
This is from the 2013 manual...
Hope this helps clear up the question for you
Right but the riser finish was completely unacceptable to me. Within a new months the entire grip and launcher area was fading to white and its spreading. It's certainly an issue. Great bow, great company, terrible riser finish on that model.