It sounds like you have done it correctly. Ideally you want the string coming off the back of the cam straight. The front will be what it is because of the string being pulled toward the cable rod or in your case the CCS. The only thing you might want to keep an eye on is fraying where the string comes off the front of the idler. The shorter the bow the more angle there is and the more possiblity of the string rubbing the outer edge of the wheel. If this happens don't keep shooting the bow or think, like some people, that getting custom strings or serving this area is going to cure the problem. What you'll have to do is take a couple twists out of the yoke and live with some cam lean.
Originally Posted by darkember
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