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Question for the Hoyt Experts

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I have an 2003 Pro Tec I purchased a month or so ago. I just purchased the EZE Laser Tuning Aid tool to get my center shot set-up.

In the instructions it says it can be used for cam alignment. I tried this out and have found that the cams are not aligned. The Laser light on the string at the knocking point drifts off as I rotate it to both cams.

It appears that the top cam (cam.5's) is shimmed in the center of the limb when it needs to be offset to one side to make the string in line with the center shot.

Is this an issue that I should have corrected or is this how it is supposed to be?

Thanks for the help
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Top cam thrustwashers are the same thickness.... bottom cam .050 thrustwasher is on string side.... 0.030 thrustwasher is on the cable side....

The laser will not work properly on the Hoyt tec risers, because the riser is not machined in the mounting area to accept the laser's mounting bracket.

been there done that....:D
That ain't how I set my scopes... that tool (and I have one) is for setting the starting point of the arrow rest, prior to tuning the nock height...

There are several ways to set the 3 axis on your sight bar/ scope I use a BriteSite tool...
hayman said:
How so? Unless you drop or abuse your bow, why would you need it anymore frequently?
I've got 6 bows, and 5 sight bars with 3rd axis levels plus 9 scopes that I play with...

but many of my friends who shoot competitively own the Britesite, even though they own one sight. It just makes it easier to check something or adjust when the scope rod shoots loose... :D
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