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I want to have the cams of my hunting bow dipped, and would like to know from folks who've had cams dipped how they treated the string grove, leave the grove as normal or dip the whole cam? Will the string wear thru the dip and peel it? Or would it be best to tape off the edge of the cam and dip both sides? Opinions please. :)
 

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Dip will not stay in the string groove. The only thing that will is anodising
 

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I don't think the an anodized cam will look as good as the dipped cam would and since I'm talking about a Martin Nitrous C cam, they're large. I'm not real concerned with the dip weaing out of the grove but more about any peeling that might occur. As you can see they're large and shiny....:)

 

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being anodized all ready peeling should not be a problem dip them just be aware it will not stay in the groove long.
 

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Thank you. No problem then. By the time Bambi's dad see my shinny string grove, he'd best be watching those other shinny thing comming at him, all 3 blades of my 100grn Muzzy. Them big ole C Nitrous gather a lot of light, and movement really shows. Sight is going along for a dip as well. I'll leave the QuikTune black.
 
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