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    Check out kylecurtis's post martin stands behind their product. Ike was sent a new onza to review by martin with a rod and slide factory installed
    I know who Ike is but where can I find this post you are talking about?


    Called a cable guard and slide.
    haha! I of course do not disagree but I do desire an effective alternative to the cable guard and slide. Why did they not stay with the roller system thing they had. That not work well either?

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    Why did they not stay with the roller system thing they had. That not work well either?[/QUOTE]

    i really like the ccs(roller system)but it does give a bit of cam lean,however i corectet the cam lean and kept my bow in spect and love the ccs.i think its a really smoth draw.but they cant be used on the 2011 bows.

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    Thanks and what a read and watch.. I was not able to translate that any other way than if you want the best performance out of our bow then we are removing our trg innovation. Ike actually effects sales of these companies. He said Terry Martin contacted him to re test the bow. I am new here but I don't see actual Martin officials on this forum talking with us? Or are they? I have seen them at archery talk though.

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    Joel is on here. You'll never know unless he replies to something, but he's here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravediggermtv View Post
    Why did they not stay with the roller system thing they had. That not work well either?
    Puts a greater load on the limbs, that's why you had a 5lbs increase. But it might be as simple as not being able to source the parts or just an aesthetics choice. With the solids it might be good to have the ccs back.

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    I am going to call soon and I hope someone will talk with me.. I want them to tell me about the latest TRG prior to my order because I like it (given proper operation without damage) as well I like the SOS. Ike even mentioned in that newest onza review thread that the bow was louder with the slide. I think if I serve the cables once a year while staying generous with the wax and taking the responsibility to take care of my bow I will get by (I hope). I am up to 320 dollars saved. Someone buys my guitar that is posted for sale around town I will have the rest so a purchase is near. It seems I am taking extra leaps to convince myself that this bow is for me but I cant keep from thinking about it until I own it. I have not looked at every bow yet but I think the only contender is the Bear Carnage but it is out of price range.
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