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Fuse String/cables holding up so far

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I am one who always rips the string/cables off of my new bows and replaces them with a custom set of 452x. This time, however, upon purchasing my new Alphamax 35, I decided to keep this set on just to see how they would hold up. I guess somewhat of my own experiment. Other than the initial cam synching and string settling, my strings have not budged with zero peep rotation. I have over 1500 arrows through the bow so far. Servings look good around the cams and such. So far so good. I'm impressed thus far. Anyone else with similar findings on the Alphamax Fuse strings.
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I am one who always rips the string/cables off of my new bows and replaces them with a custom set of 452x. This time, however, upon purchasing my new Alphamax 35, I decided to keep this set on just to see how they would hold up. I guess somewhat of my own experiment. Other than the initial cam synching and string settling, my strings have not budged with zero peep rotation. I have over 1500 arrows through the bow so far. Servings look good around the cams and such. So far so good. I'm impressed thus far. Anyone else with similar findings on the Alphamax Fuse strings.
Same here. I been keeping a close eye here in the classifieds for a cheap set someone may sell. I lost out on 2 already.
 

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Same here, my set of fuse strings stay on my AM35. Im not so lucky with the serving on the loop part of my bowstring, it's coming apart on the top cam.. Will take it for a reserve.


 

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Probably 500 shots so far and they are looking and holding good.
 

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fuse strings are alot better now then they were in the past...altho not the best they are worth keeping them on until they need replaced!
 

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I had heard that the factory strings/cables are far better on '08 hoyt's than '07's. I have an '07 vectrix. I'm a 29in. DL but bought a 28" bow. After about 1 week they had streched a lot. Then I left it in my truck for about half an hour on a warm day and couldn't hardly shoot it. Had to replace the string and cable. Shoots good now with 1 yr. old string.
 

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I am one who always rips the string/cables off of my new bows and replaces them with a custom set of 452x. This time, however, upon purchasing my new Alphamax 35, I decided to keep this set on just to see how they would hold up. I guess somewhat of my own experiment. Other than the initial cam synching and string settling, my strings have not budged with zero peep rotation. I have over 1500 arrows through the bow so far. Servings look good around the cams and such. So far so good. I'm impressed thus far. Anyone else with similar findings on the Alphamax Fuse strings.
I did not care for mine and replaced them on my AM 32 after maybe 1000 shots. They stretched and I had persistent peep rotation issues. I added a new string and the peep has not moved.
 
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