I write to you (Martin Technician and Archery Cognoscenti People) because I REALLY need help
I want to rebuilt the old Martin Cougar II MT-6 Bow that my father had when I was young
He Truly liked this model and was one of his prefered bow
My father Died last year and I want to rebuilt this very old bow
I have found all the parts I need from several archery shop around the United States
the part that I have searched a LOTS in order to found them is the wheels !!!
I remember that my father prefered to shoot WITHOUT using a cables Guard
I have made a LOTS of research in order to found that ONLY a SPECIFIC type of Martin Wheels
can allow this!
I have FINALLY found a set of theses Aluminium Wheels
but now , the complex part :
theses wheels have TWO type of holes (too attach them on the wood limbs with steel rod\steel circlip)
**Please Refer to the Digital Photo included in this Thread**
The Longuer difference is extremely slight , But I presume it affect something on the cables setting\Draw Lenght\Weight
Im a 6'3" guy with very long arms
Please , could someone can explain to me the difference (in use) between the two holes (long & short)
and what will be the BEST SUITED Hole to choose for me
I hope that someone will be able to answer me on this question
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Waiting for your Help Guys!!