I've had this Martin Tracer Mag with the Tru-Arc cam for a while. Since I bought it new in about 2004. It has been a few years since I shot it. I began shooting it a couple weeks ago. But I've noticed something. The lower cam has always been set very far to the left on its axle. I've always wondered why the string would be so far off center. The washer/spacer on the right side is pretty thick, and the left side is very thin. But now I've noticed that the cam is so far off center on its axle, that the cable attached to it actually rubs on the inside of the limb. It seems to me like the washers should be swapped, to bring the string and main track of the cam closer to centerline of the bow. Whats up with my bow and what can I do about it? Attached are some pics to help you see whats going on.
Picture 1: Note the thick and thin washers/spacers put the cam and string far from the center of the axle.
Picture 2: This shows how far off the cam and string are.
Picture 3: This shows the wear on the cable right where it attaches to the peg on the cam.
Picture 4: Shows again the alignment of the cam on the axle. Also note the serving spreading apart on the small wheel on the cam, is this anything to be concerned about?