Bernie in his book has a description and discussion about tiller tuning. You may want to read that. Frank Pearson has a video out on the subject. From my reading, and understanding, this method works best for twin cam bows and adjusts the bow to fit the archer not so much to tune the bow per se, but to allow the bow to aim more effectively. This issue has been debated. Creep tuning is the preferred tuning method. And, from my experience, aiming issues, ie pin movement of all types, can be addressed by draw length changes and stabalizers. my 2cents
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