This is another bow I am tuning and just would like to address the slight lean in the bottom cam is meant to be there. There is no need to try and shim this and try to straighten it out. You can see in these pics that someone tried to get the bottom cam lean as straight as they could. What they did was take out the spacer that goes to back up your e-clip on the left side of the bows bottom limb. Then put the spacer in conjunction with the white spacer on the right side of the bottom cam. Sure the bottom cam is straighter at full draw but your cable stop will slightly touch your cable as it comes around. These are before and after pics. There is a lot of talk about trying to fix bottom cam lean on the Hoyt's and most the time it does not need fixing. Just figured I would share with some visual pics.