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Hi guys,

I've finally assembled myself an Alphaburner with 6.0 cams (27" DL, 70# DW). Having found several topics about shims here on AT, I now have 2 same thickness plastic shims on top cam:
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And, as per advice on AT, I've shimmed bottom cam all the way to the cable slide, i.e. one tiny shim on the right side, and one tiny + 2 medium shims on string side:
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I have also served the buss yoke like this to be able to adjust it a bit:
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My question is: I want to install a Tilt Tamer on this bow (really liked it on an Assassin), but all the bows I can try with flex slides and alike have bottom cams shimmed way to the LEFT, i.e. to the string side. I've seen DNA, Insanity, Invasion, Supra. Opposite to what I have now. Should I do the same or can I, assuming close to 0 cam lean at full draw with Tilt-Tamer, shim the bottom cam to centre, same as top and forget it? What would be your advice? I would also like to go back to a floating yoke on top cam.

Thank you.
 

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Leave it alone and Install the Tilt tamer.
 

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Burners came even shims on top and on the bottom thick left thin right...were you having issues of some sort?
 

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Actually bottom cam now has quite a \ look to it at full draw.. Can you please share your shim config for bottom cam. I assume it is stock? Thank you.

Burners came even shims on top and on the bottom thick left thin right...were you having issues of some sort?
 

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Actually bottom cam now has quite a \ look to it at full draw.. Can you please share your shim config for bottom cam. I assume it is stock? Thank you.
Yoke tune that to get some of the cam lean out, personally I've fund Hoyt's like a LITTLE bit of cam lean on the top
 
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