archerx7 is correct the strings are right but the end servings need to be 14". Contact your string maker.
I got the strings at Peak Performance in Florida
It is the string maker that needs to rebuild your strings. So contact him. He will need to build them the same lengths but longer servings. After you get your new set and put them on. You will have to check your timing and twist the cables to get it correct if needed.
get a refund..send back them strings and have hutch~n~sonarchery build ya set
I sent them two emails ref. this issue. So, They do have a policy to fix the strings if they are not right. The brace height with the factory string is 7". The ATA is 32 1/16. What is confusing me is the label. Is it possible that the factory string can be off that much. I'm just a little concerned about it. Thanks
Yes they can be off that much. They have those strings mass produced and they throw them on and ship the bow. My 2010 Bengal was so out of specs that it only reached 63lbs when I got it. It is a 70lb bow. Go by the specs that are on the website and your sticker. Put the bow to the specs that are on the website. And the bow should be perfect. To get the timing right you will have to draw the bow back and make sure that the cams come to a stop and the same time. Then your bow should be all set.
Thank you. I really appreciate all of you guys that helped me out. That makes me feel more confident. Thank you. I will Let you guys know how it turns out when I get the new strings
When you get your strings and cables set. Let us know we can walk you through tuning it to a tee, when you are ready. The nice thing about Martin bows it you don't need a bow press. And the experience on here has made this a really nice forum.
Nice to have you aboard keep us informed
I sure will and Thank you again. Hope I can get this done by the 1st, season starts.