I'd go ahead and try it regardless. I had an '05 Allegiance and that sucker had more problems than any bow I've ever seen. And those issues were all directly related to cam lean and narrow limbs. Reducing the cam lean on one of those things would likely increase it's lifespan drastically, not to mention the tuning and accuracy benefits.
On a Pure....not Allegiance...BUT does what it's suppose to. As an engineer, I'm assuming the more cam lean the more effective it would be. Took all left/right "float" out of the bow....holds and aims better. Draw isn't much different...possibly a touch smoother. Good product with easy instructions.
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