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    Default Serving or no serving.

    Idler wheel, serving or no serving?
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    Serving, if there is any wear its easy to fix.

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    BRH, Some think it is better to serve the idler section. Some think it isn't. My Bengal came with out serving and I haven't had any problems. My sons bow cam with and when he built his string he left it off. And he has had no problem. So it is what you think about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Look in the PR stuff of Pearson year 2008
    2008 was the year for it. My 2008 PSE Mach X has none but I don't think you get that sort of speed increase, it was more about cost cutting and marketing.

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    My '08 Moab is still on the original strings, and they aren't served. Show no signs of wear at all really, just a little age. I should probably have Hutch make me up a new set one of these days. lol
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    If you aren't collecting a bunch of dirt and grit I bet they would last as long as any other string. If you are worried serve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    If you aren't collecting a bunch of dirt and grit I bet they would last as long as any other string. If you are worried serve it.
    Another good point!



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