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    Any help appreciated noted to have serving separation on buss cable where it meets draw module when at full draw, not sure if its because of draw stop having to much let off I'm a 29.5 draw and have mod set on 3.5,I had the draw stop in the + about where the L is in adjustable if you get what I mean set it using 2 people drew back then adjusted draw stop as suggested on this forum I've shot a few hundred arrows any suggestions?can't post pic at this time due to PC being repaired.
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    Issue solved amaze myself sometimes had cam off other week re checking for burs when putting cabes back on must have unwound buss cable lucky I took pics before I did work on it went back and double check and noted cam position incorrect after a few twists on the serving returned to correct position not out by much but enough for serving to separate,hope I haven't stuffed cable be keeping an eye on it.lesson learned.
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    That was easy. Sure helps to take photos before removing the string and cables. Thank you for reminding everyone why it is such a good idea.
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    welcome back spanner. just curious, do you have a martin shop in that region ? also when is your hunting season "down under" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madman350 View Post
    welcome back spanner. just curious, do you have a martin shop in that region ? also when is your hunting season "down under" ?
    Yer have a guy who deals Martin 50min drive we don't have a lot of archery dealers here next shops about 2hr drive so I buy a lot online.deer hunting is regulated but other than that we can hunt 24/7 just got to watch out for those wiggly sticks as the weather gets warmer bloody snakes see em a lot, got to have snake bite kit if you hunt in the summer.I tend to fish in summer hunt through winter.
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