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Does Axel to Axel really matter what its set at ? Isn't lining up your tuning holes on the Cam With the string more important ? If you have a longer axel to axel then specified wouldn't that just effect poundage ?

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PERSONAL PREFERENCE!!! ok, if you are a big guy (or girl) then you want big axel to axel for the stability, string angle, and forgiveness. just pick a size that fits you. if you are small, smaller axel to axel. brace height and axel to axel are really important in a bow. :)
 

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My general thoughts are that if it's within half an inch of spec, it's fine. So long as it's timed properly and well tuned, it's not likely to make much visible difference.

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Shirt said:
My general thoughts are that if it's within half an inch of spec, it's fine. So long as it's timed properly and well tuned, it's not likely to make much visible difference.

JMHO...
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Specs on a bow are only average. If you have a shorter or longer draw length the axle to axle or any other spec can vary slightly.
 
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