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Mathews Apex 7 Tips needed?

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Anyone have any tips for me I will receive my bow on Monday.

So far:

Apex 7

liquid gold
60#
28 Draw
limbs w/o suppressors
ProBlade Arrow rest .10 wide blade
Sure-Loc sight and scope 6x lens
Easton Eclipse 2612 arrows
rock solid bow strings (gold/silver gold end & center servings)

so anything missing or tunning tips are all welcome.
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Wow I shoot almost the same exact set up!

Looks like you need a big JONson stab for the front of that thing.

Not much to worry about when it comes to tuning this bow.

As long as the timing dot is where its supposed to be you should be good to go!
 

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Wow I shoot almost the same exact set up!

Looks like you need a big JONson stab for the front of that thing.

Not much to worry about when it comes to tuning this bow.

As long as the timing dot is where its supposed to be you should be good to go!
Oh yeah I almost for got Easton ace 35" stab with 2 10" side stabs
 

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Cam is in good position.

http://pgremeaux.com/wordpress/wp-c...rence-des-cames-mathews/3_Apex7Rotation_1.jpg

Nock set at 1/4" may be 3/8" for those big 2612. Use a D-loop with under the arrow nock set to give more downward pressure on the rest.

http://pgremeaux.com/wordpress/wp-content/gallery/dloop/dlopp6.jpg

3/4" center shot from window to center of the shaft.

http://pgremeaux.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/image001.jpg

Make sure your idler wheel is align, which should be the case from factory.

Paper tune and you will be good to go!

Good luck!
 
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