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    My son just squired an older 'onza pro series'. How can he correctly identify it for setup and parts? Thanks, Clif.

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    if you can post some pics that would help us help you.and if thee is a sticker on the limb look at the bow#.the first two numbers will give you year it was made.what are you looking to add.most everything should work(except string and cable you will need to know the strin length and cable length for that bow if you plan on replaceing).just use right hand sights on a right hand bow.left hand sight on a left hand bow.

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    The sticker is gone, but here is a pic. Thanks
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    Here is the ad out of the '93-'94 catalog...
    http://martinarchery.com/mtechforum/...5&d=1311023248

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    Thanks for the reply, but for some reason I can't pull up the link. Clif

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenn clif View Post
    Thanks for the reply, but for some reason I can't pull up the link. Clif
    i cant pull it up either.i fix the pic for ya
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    Thanks, and I wish I knew how you did that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenn clif View Post
    Thanks, and I wish I knew how you did that!
    befor i post a pic i open it in paint and then resize it.after i resize then i click on the rotate button to make it straight up and down.save it then do what you do to post the pic

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    Hemmmn . . .
    lets see if this works or not:

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    Ok - I can see that pic - can you all or am I still just out there by Pluto ???

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