I've got a Hoyt split limb bow with a floating yolk system and at rest I'm noticing that the cams are in-line with the cables to the cable guard vs the string. Because the yolk is floating, does it even make sense to try and twist one side of the yolk to balance out the limbs to take care of the lean? (I tried putting a twist on one side and it didn't seem to help at all). You'd think sooner or later that twist will work it's way thru the loop and even out? I'm having a real problem bare shaft tuning at 10' no matter where I move my rest, mostly tail right tears. What's going on? and is there anything I can do about it or do I need to do anything about it???