Personally, I shoot a floating yoke on all my Hoyts. This is kind if like a Chevy vs Ford thing. They will both work, and you will probably get close to a 50/50 split on the answers. Try both and see what you like. I think even the Hoyt pros are pretty split on how they set them up.
yep, I think it's a tie . . . I use the floating yoke and have no problems with it and cam lean seems to be a non-issue; however I have heard that "a lot of the pros" like the old style fixed yoke so they can twist one side more than the other to compensate for cam lean . . . which I don't seem to have anyway . . . go figure . . .
This static and floating issue has been brought several times in the last year or so. I think it is the introduction, what bow a person starts out with. Hoyt use to have static yokes and now floating yokes. All my static yokes have been switched to floating yokes and with no problems.
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