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Time for new string
Topic Started: Wed Dec 20, 2017 8:05 pm (73 Views)
MRD
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Don't know if there are other DIY bow guys here , but just wanted to mention my recant install of string and cable went flawless . Replaced my Mathews premium which blew me away with never fraying or stretching with vapour trail string . These strings mated perfectly with axle to axle and cam timing (with the correct twists on the cable yoke) and love the pre-set string through the string for the peep D.C. Sure beat the Mathews price of well over $100 for two pieces of string . Drew it back and didn't feel like I ever touched it . Now need a day to break it in before paper tuning and super tuning .
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TLC
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I pay people to do mine. lazy.
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MRD
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Ah it's a hobby and love it when I put all the components on and tune it down to shooting a bare shaft bullet straight in the end .
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HatfieldHunter

no matter what i do i have parts left over did you ?
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MRD
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Nah not with a bow (yet) , but I know that situation well rebuilding other stuff .
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cappy bill

I go crazy when that happens on the boat . e522673

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