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Probably have been discussed before. But I just have a small conversation with another user here about the LCA UltraLock Adapters. He claims the white rollers on the bottom of their fingers are there to put a pressure on the limbs where the thick part is. But I believe this is incorrect. I think they are there just to support the bow from falling down. If they were putting pressure there it might damage the limbs. I'm a right or no? Just want to make sure. Not trying to start a argument so please be gentle on me :wink:
 

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completely agree. basically offset the downward force created by the past parallel limbs. the fingers pivot so not to put a lot of pressure on the plastic bushing.
 
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