You beat me to it.It makes the noise the first draw, right? And it won't do it again unless it sits for at least a few minutes or longer. Right? If those are both "yes" then it just needs the rockers cleaned and a tiny bit of grease of wiped on them before putting the limbs back against them. Your dealer won't even need to break it all the way down. Just remove the harnessing and shift the limbs in the pockets enough to get to the rockers. No biggie.
If it wasn't yes to the above two points and it just creaks whenever it feels like it, then it's probably because the spacers are dry. Fellow above mentioned that and how to take care of it.
It's a typical thing if you own enough Hoyts. It's trying to talk to you and tell you it needs cleaned and lubed properly. That's all.
What ??? :crazy: Did anyone understand this or is it just me? :dontknow:I have had several bows that creak. This has worked for me every time. Turn turn bow riser down both cams up. Cover the entire limbpocket with baking soda. The distal edge of the actual limbs is where the noise is coming from, so it make take a little to work it. After covered with powder turn bow upsidedown(if top limb is creaking) top cam bottom bottom to to top. Start drawing bow back, level and at downward angle, several times. Dust off, hopefully good to go.