Go to the wed site, they have directions on there. The installation is easy. I installed four of them and it was paper tuned within a 15 minutes. The only item is; you need to play with the nock location. They indicate 1/8" high. That is a great place to start. On one of my bows the nock point is level with the the rest and it is shooting bullets on paper.
no need to do any timing. install rest on riser. splice draw cord thru your down cable about 2 or more inches below your rest and pull all slack thru. half hitch some serving string above and below your draw cord on down cable so that the draw cord can't slip up towards the rest. nock an arrow and draw your bow. draw cord will slide thru buss cable and stop at the appropriate length. now you can cut the excess draw cord off, but leave about 1/8 of an inch extra. now you can burn the end to a ball. your done.
thanks for all of yalls help. I just posted a new thread stating my rest hits my shelf when it is in the drop away position. I have it set as far as I can get it away from the shelf on my PSE BM but it stills hits. Is this OK?
yes I slid it all the way up and also loosened the rest where the mounting screw is on the riser and slid it all the way forwards and backwards to see if I could get clearance that away but it still hits.
yeah it hits when it gets to the last part of the drop. It hits and bounces up a slight bit then it locks in the lock position. Will this cause any accuracy problems since it causes a slight bounce. I also don't care to much for the loudness when it hits the shelf but hopefully the sound won't matter when I'm hunting because I won't need a second shot lol. I Hope!
ok, let's say for the sake of argument that you had a proshop install the QAD hunter from your old bow to your new bow. said shop pro did just what is discussed, letting the rest set itself by drawing with the pull cord left long. it's then cut and served in pretty high in comparison to the original length of the cord. when you pick up the bow, the riser comes to 90 degrees 3-4 inches before full draw.
with the cord already cut short, can it be moved higher in the cable to establish the correct timing? or does the cord need to be pulled as straight down the cable as possible?
(i emailed QAD and their response was tight was better than loose, but i think we're talking TOO tight... Great response time, BTW. very helpful CS!)
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