On the solo cam bows, I lay a 16" section of a straight carbon arrow shaft along the left side of the idler. I want the right side of the shaft to be 1/8" from the left side of the string at the nocking point. If not, you can twist/untwist the yokes of the cable to get the lean straight.
I don't worry about it with Hoyt bows. The floating yoke (preferred on these bows) lets the top cam find it's happy place
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