Sounds like you have a real love affair with that baby. Maybe rightfully so. This was back when bows ween't so darn technical as they are today. From my experience I think it's pretty amazing that those limbs have only lost about 5# over an 18 year period. Maybe I'm misinterpretting something, but if they are rated 65-80 just what is the problem?
You mention they are drawing 59#. I would assume that is with the limbs backed out to what used to be 65#. Just at what draw weight do you want to shoot the bow? If 75# or less it would just be a matter of adjusting the limb bolts to your desired draw weight. If you think you have to have that 80# back then I would make a couple of suggestions. Peace suggested less poundage as he got older. You might do the same.
The other is to contact Dave Barnesdale to see if he has or can make you a set of custom limbs. With today's technology they would most likely be laminated glass composites. I couldn't do more than guess at the cost, but around $200 would seem about right. He could give you more details and is a right nice guy to talk to. And make no mistake. He makes the best limbs money can buy.
That's all I'm going to say about that.
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