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I just had a bow dipped, and now when putting it back together I realized that my limb dots had been painted over. So now I’m not sure which limb belongs where. Is it a big deal to just put any limb anywhere? It’s a split limb, so there’s a slim chance I would get it perfectly.
 

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Pse has a limb sequence, so yes it is important. Should some numbers stamped into the limbs, dip covered them?
 

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That may be the part number, there is also a deflection number which is obviously covered by the dip. Not sure there is a way to determine deflection without putting it together and see how it behaves?

I would call pse and ask them, maybe there is a way to flex them and see which ones are stiffer?


1 = weakest split limb in the TOP RIGHT position (limb pocket)
2 = the medium LOW stiffness rating, in the TOP LEFT position (limb pocket)

3 = the medium HIGH stiffness rating, in the BOTTOM LEFT position (limb pocket)
4 = the HIGH stiffness rating, in the BOTTOM RIGHT position (limb pocket)

This is the correct order I believe.

If it is not correct you can get some crazy lean and tuning issues. Probably have to put it together and see what it looks like, and adjust from there?
 

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Back then they usually wrote those numbers on with pencil...………. I would just assemble and be prepared to move things if the bottom cam leans too much.
 
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