View Full Version : Bengal driving me nuts!!!
02-14-2012, 05:12 PM
Still having the nock left and have done everything suggested by the book to correct this issue to include changing arrows three times for spine correction. When looking at it from behind it looks as if the idler lean is now corrected but the limb looks twisted. Is it possible that when I changed out strings/cables that it could twist in the pocket? ATA is only 1/8 difference on one side and the brace is dead on. Guess I should try to post some pics tomorrow possibly. Even with this issue arrows are hitting where aimed but the nock left is driving me nuts.
02-15-2012, 10:08 AM
man i had idler wheel lean for over a year and found out that the first custom strings i had the buss cable was 1/4inch to short. I shoot gt expeditionhunters 5575 and velocity hunters 300spine at 29 inch dl with a 68 lb dw, and dont have any problems. After two sets of limbs due to a moron bow
shop guy i did finally get every set right and my bengal shoots great. Not sure if the 7595 u are shooting are a problem but might be something to
look into although i did read u changed ur arrows 3 other times.
02-15-2012, 10:38 AM
Its a shot in the dark parttimr, But switch the limbs top and bottom. Also check to see if either pins are loose or not push in correct.
02-15-2012, 11:00 AM
Pull the string off the idler wheel and spin the wheel to make sure it spins true.
02-15-2012, 02:57 PM
@ big red I did try the 5575 and 7595 but am now shooting the Easton ST Excels at 28" and they are shooting better than the GTs did, @ hutch never thought about that maybe go after that this weekend @ junior will check that as well thanks guys for the tips
02-15-2012, 09:28 PM
Just a thought, have someone else shoot it , I am being serious not a joke. see if it shoots the same ,when u shoot it , good luc , feel ur pain when **** anit right,
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