are you talking about the bottom limbs? just try swapping them out if the shim swap dosnt work?If the bearing is bad you will see it clearly because it would have a lot of play
the most logical thing is that the left limb is stronger than the right, when it should be the other way around
If swapping the top hats moves the cam to the right, don't bother. the cam needs to go to the left to increase the lean like this \ to keep the cam off the teflon.yeah, it bugs me. im gonna first try swapping top hats. if that dont work. limb swap.soon as I get time
If your bow is in spec and in time you won’t be rubbing the string track. That guard was put there to protect in case specs or timing got out of wack. Mine and my buddies no cams don’t rub the string track. However I could see how a bad bearing or weak limb could cause it to rub.Considering that they put the guard there because they knew about the cam rubbing and sent thousands of those bows out with that problem, it's probably not an actual "problem". There are more that rub than do not. The rubbing was an immediate criticism of the bow but the Mathews fans didn't seem to care. Probably a good thing they canned the "no cam" after just a short run.
Timing the cams and having the bow's measurements to spec doesn't do a thing to cam lean. Those guards were put there, not for the "in case" moments but because the designers knew that many would be rubbing even without damaged bearings or issues with the limbs. It's not a secret that thousands of these bows have had rubbing issues while others have not. Doesn't mean that all the bows that rub aren't tuned or have bad bearings. If there was only rubbing when something was damaged, the teflon cable protector would never have been a factory installed part.If your bow is in spec and in time you won’t be rubbing the string track. That guard was put there to protect in case specs or timing got out of wack. Mine and my buddies no cams don’t rub the string track. However I could see how a bad bearing or weak limb could cause it to rub.