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    Drop, I wouldn't worry about the TRG/SOS you can change it with a simple call to Martin. Also there are a lot of members that have not had the issue. It is a sweet bow I say come over to the dark side the water is fine and the beer is cold.

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    @Bromz
    Compare how deep into the grooves your cables are compared with this link showing where they are meant to be.
    http://martinarchery.com/mtechforum/...achmentid=2586
    They aren;t supposed to be hard up against the back of the TRG at rest.
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    Do you think Martin is going to come out with something "slicker" for the TRG?

    My silencer came in and it looks great, getting it setup this weekend.

    The TRG seems to just be simple plastic. You would think that maybe the Martin Tech folks would be busy trying to make the slide part out of Teflon wouldn't you? The rest of it can remain plastic. I mean, it couldn't cost much extra.

    I may try putting a piece of "slick strip" on the TRG to see if it works well and eliminates any string wear that may happen as others have had happen.

    Thoughts?

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    That picture is deceiving. I know what you are saying but i have the same piece of information you posted. My strings dont touch the front at full rest and never touch the back at full draw. Customer service is sending me a rod and slide. Im giving up on the trg.



    Quote Originally Posted by ozbillb View Post
    @Bromz
    Compare how deep into the grooves your cables are compared with this link showing where they are meant to be.
    http://martinarchery.com/mtechforum/...achmentid=2586
    They aren;t supposed to be hard up against the back of the TRG at rest.

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    Hopefully they will scrap it and either go back to the standard cable slide and rod or a updated ccs with a stop built in or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j-bo View Post
    Thanks Tom.

    I really don't know much about the technical aspects about bows. I just take it to the shop (Cabelas) and they set it up and I shoot it.

    Is there something I should be telling the Cabelas people besides what you've stated, "wasn't too far forward or too far back" ?

    Did you serve that area at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    Hopefully or a updated ccs with a stop built in or something.
    that would be great,i love the ccs

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravediggermtv View Post
    that would be great,i love the ccs
    They have a real advantage, you can serve the cable and have no wearing issues at all. A bit harder to do for the regular cable slide and rod but it has its advantages too.
    Last edited by Destroyer; 08-13-2011 at 02:06 AM.

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    I'll make a prediction her and now. The TRG, as we know it, is history. Even now bows that are advertised with the TRG are being assembled and shipped with regular rod/slides on them. There has to be a reason.
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    I heard this from Martin but they are having an issue with the manufacurers of the TRG/SOS so they have reverted back to slide and rod until such times as the difficulties have been worked out. You may take this with as large a grain of salt that you feel the need to use. I too would like a CCS for my Onza but will use the TRG until it wears out.

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