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tath is the type of material they use. and they are the best factory strings out there.
 

· Tooth, Fang, Claw
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tath is the type of material they use. and they are the best factory strings out there.
Yes thay are indeed! I marked both cams on both my 82nd and 101st the day I brought them home. After a couple of months and hundreds of shots through both bows, they haven't moved a bit!
 

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good idea

That sounds like a good idea. How and where would I mark the cams on my Guardian?
Yes thay are indeed! I marked both cams on both my 82nd and 101st the day I brought them home. After a couple of months and hundreds of shots through both bows, they haven't moved a bit!
 

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I use a silver Sharpie marker because it shows up real well on black cams, but you can also use a pencil or something like white-out too. Just mark one side of the top and bottom cams above and below the limbs. Any change in cam orientation with be easily noticeable.
 

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Here ya go, something like this........................

 

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marking cams

Thanks, Bowkil. Do you mark the cams at full draw, or when the bow is at rest?
I use a silver Sharpie marker because it shows up real well on black cams, but you can also use a pencil or something like white-out too. Just mark one side of the top and bottom cams above and below the limbs. Any change in cam orientation with be easily noticeable.
 

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I think they are actually Winners Choice made specifically for bowtech. Someone please correct me if I am wrong.:confused:
Long time ago they used W.C. but they are made in house now.

They are great strings although the loops on my 08 Guardian leave soemthing to be desired.:rolleyes:
 
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