Hope this helps!
Type: Posts; User: DeanRM
Hope this helps!
You might want to try shims between the bearing flanges and limbs until the e-clips are tight aginist the limbs. You could try making some temporary ones with old credit card or business cards and...
Are the bearing flanges tight up against the inside of the limbs, and are the e-clips tight against the limbs?
Try taking your mods off and checking for the noise, might be able to narrow it down?
Those are the same numbers that are printed on my 2013 Nemesis 35. I have not had the string/cables off to check them yet.
Not sure if the spec's changed for 2014 with the change to the cable rod...
LimbDriver Pro-V, Trophy Ridge Smackdown, G5 C-Max, all driven off the limb rather than relying on a spring to pull the rest out of the way.
Could you try swapping the top and bottom limbs to see if that would help?
Could you get David Barnesdale to make your Dad a set?
I hunt out of a tree stand with my 66" longbow...has worked for me for many years!
Move your draw stop peg a little to increase your drawlength, and if your drawlength gets too long, rotate your mod to decrease your draw length 1/2".
If you have a catalog, or go on-line and look at page 21, it lists all the bows and draw lengths with the available cams.
Hope your business does great!!!
The specific draw lengths also depend on what ATA bow you are referring to, so you might want to look in the Martin catalog for the specific bow/cam combination.
I would go with the nemesis 35 because of its ata and weight.
I was always a LimbDriver guy, never seemed a reason for any other rest. Ended up with a Smackdown, and I like them just as well. Might actually be a little tougher rest, and I kind of like hooking...
I think using a low poundage bow is one of the best ways to get your form down, then move up in weight and try to keep the same form. If you cannot hold your bow at full draw for 3-5 seconds without...
Sounds like fun! I need to wait until the 4' of snow melt here in MN before I can get out to 100yds.
Congratulations! Good job on suggestion!
My brother is going to Africa to hunt Cape buffalo. He was down there two years ago with a 87# Mathews Monster Safari w/1000gr arrow. Shot a buffalo, tracked it for two days, but never found it. ...
One thing that I will add to your experience that I have noticed, using a draw board on a two-cam bow, such as Nitrous cams, can be a little miss-leading as the draw board does not apply the same...
So from your data, I would guess that 95 = 6L and 105 = 5L, adding 5# per number increase on Martin's number system, and adding 5# per 5 numbers decrease on Barnesdales number...
Is there a consciences on 13" Martin vs. Barnesdale limb deflection number correlation?
This is what I came up with, not sure if it's right:
1M = 135
3M = 115
5M = 95
Let me know what you...
I have a SlayR w/Nitrous-C cams and would like to get around 80#'s out of it. I currently have 14" 5M Limbs and it max's out at 68#. Does anyone have 14" 7H, 8L, 8M or 8H limbs that they would like...
I don't think those limbs would fit as they are for the older style of limb pockets, not the Roto-Cup pockets that are on your bow.
I think it is an awesome bow!!! I bet you will love shooting it!!!
Things that have worked for me:
- If the screws have locktite, put a soldering iron on the screws and let them heat the screw to break-down the locktite.
- Take the cam off the bow and put it in...