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Even on a older can?
Yep, I've seen it on bows from the late 90s right up until about 3years ago... Seems like the newer designs are chamfered a little better..
Its not all of them, but several from different companies.. Whenever I install/remove a loop from any cam, I'll slide it up (if its large enough) to the transition and
gently remove/install it.. I never just slide it off the post.... I've had to many occurrences where a sharp edge just destroyed the end loop serving over the years..
 

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One way to find out is remove the string and take a cotton ball and go around the cam the posts everything whatever has cotton on it in the end is sharp.



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Sorry for double posting but I am talking about a bow that I have owned since the early 2000s. I think its rubbing on a screw.
 

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I'm talking about the serving next to the loop on the can. I took it to a shop today and he is going to take a look at it. I'm thinking that I'm just gonna get a new set of strings once I get the problem figured out.
 
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