I wax them after every shoot. Bow is brand new. 2 months old. But this started about a week after i got it. It looks fine when waxed but after 60 shots or so it looks like this. I have since shortened my draw and do not get slapped on the wrist any longer. Good idea on the longer center serving Don!Are the stings 2 months old as well? Do you wax em and rub the wax into the string with friction?
If it were me I'd replace em.
x2 and keep with the wax although I dont do it every time I do every other week. Or 400-600 shotsI would have replaced it before it got to this point.
Have a longer center serving served onto your next string and/or consider shortening your draw length to prevent having the next one wear out so fast.
I wouldn't suggest this. Those are broken stands. By serving over them your masking the problem and could possibly create a situation where you cannot see more strands breaking and causing a broken string then you could have a potential problem of costing more than just a string and cable.If you shoot alot I'd replace them. If you just shoot a little I'd wax it up good and put some serving over the bad spot.
DL was too long. I went from 32" to 31" and no longer have an arm slap issue. The damage to the string was from my arm guard on the first few days of shooting. I probably have 9,000-10,000 shots through it by now. I dont think its a warranty thing. I would not even ask since i know it was hitting my arm guard.warranty not likely to cover wear on a string, you can check but dotn hold your breath.. you need to figure out why your hitting your arm so badly and fix that problem when you get a new string asap!