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I have a 2010 hoyt maxxis 31 with the #2 cam which only goes to 27.5" length. The limbs are rated for up to 29.5". The #3 cam would let me go up to 30". Anybody know if it would be ok to change those out plus the string and cables without doing harm to the bow?
 

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the limbs should be the same #2 cam will go from 26" - 28" in .5" incraments the #3 cam 28-30. Yes you can change the cams strings and cables without a problem. My CRX 35 was a #3cam bow that I put #2 cams on and I got 60X strings and cables made for it and it is driving tacs.
 

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You'll be fine, I did the opposite switch on my turbo hawk last year. I contacted hoyt before hand just to make sure, and they said you can do the swap with no problems, but you do lose the factory warranty.
 
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