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It's a 2005 Ultratec with XT2000 70-80# limbs.

I was just told by another AT member I could interchange 1000, 2000, and XT 3000 loimbs.

Which limbs are the shortest and will they work on a Tec riser like this one.




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Smilin' Bob
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You could run XT1000s (turning it into an Xtec/Vtec) with limbs, limb pockets, string, cables, and cams.

If you went with the XT3000s you'd need limbs, string, cables, and cams.


If you went with some lighter XT2000 limbs....that's all you'd need.:thumbs_up
 

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First off, that's a 2004, not a 2005. The "X" in the riser cuouts is the distinguishing feature of the '04s.

The XT1000 limbs are the shortest, and the bow becomes an Xtec, but you will also need different limb pockets. The Hoyt specs call them "27 and 28 low". The XT2000 and XT3000 use the "25 and 26 high" pockets.

Check the charts here:

http://www.hoyt.com/customer_service/hoyt_tune_charts.php

Note also the cable guard lengths change - if you put XT3000s on an XT2000 bow the cable guard needs to be longer as well.

Probably easiest for you to just stick with the same model limbs.
 
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