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    yoke calbes two or three lenght and two thickness look at rytera catalog from last year and view the moveable grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvs View Post
    yoke calbes two or three lenght and two thickness look at rytera catalog from last year and view the moveable grip
    Yep, the one called the Seeker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfabich View Post
    So are you saying that I may be a tad bid happier with a new technology bow? Mine looks so cool? ;0)
    Whatever floats your boat. I got a new bow and now want to redo my 15 year old bow. By the time I get done buyign paint, prep supplies, custom strings and cables, I may be 100 bucks or so away from brand new. So I may be stupid but I am having fun and the oldie shoots oh so nice.

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    need to know the lengh and size of cable. the handle forward just showup in the last year or so

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    I would say the small cable looks to be about 1/16 cable the other would be approx 3/32



    When it was pulled tight.


    This was the other end.



    I guess I could go get the cable put on a micrometer.

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