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    I've read that as long as axle to axle is within a 1/2" and brace height is within 1/4" that your ok. Does that sound about right.

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    I would say +/- 1/4" is fine, but as long as it shoots well, and you're happy with its performance, I wouldn't worry about it...
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    1/4'' ata & 1/8 brace hgt. as long as your poundage and draw lenght are right
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    if you are ok with how the bow is shooting & it is not making a lot of noise it will be ok! the best way to set
    the ATA & brace ht. is check the strings and cables under 90-100 lbs. of tention, if the lengths are at factory
    specks this will make the ATA & brace ht. almost on the money might be off just a little . i know everone doesn't have access to a string jig with a scale.
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