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    Will 2010 exile and shadowcat limbs interchange. I'm looking at a shadowcat for my daughter and I need lighter limbs, or how much would they cost

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    They should be interchangable. You need to post more detail and be specific, thus we can make particular recommendations.
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    Could I get a 45-60 shadowcat down to 42 lbs

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    You can turn the shadowcat down to 42#s, but it may feel a bit 'spongy', and may not perform as efficiently as it did at peak draw weight. The last price I heard for new limbs was about $200.00. A better deal is possible if you call Dave Barmsdale , I think that you can get a set of limbs for about $150.

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    For used limbs check on Archerytalk classified ads--Accessories and General Hunting Items--Strings, cams, modules and limbs then searchforum-- Enter Martin and you'll get this page. There a guy who has several set of Martin limbs, but its an older post, might still some of them...Good luck.

    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/search...rchid=16813041
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    Scratch the shadowcat........ I just bought an Alien Nemesis 45-60 now I've got to get some 35-50 limbs.
    I lost some ATA and brace height but I was worried about the weight and I got a good deal

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    I just bought a set of Barnsdale's a few months ago. $150 shipped. Put them on a Warthog. Only problem we ran into is, we had to do some changing around to figure out the right deflection. Took the 70# limbs off an Alien I have, and put them on the Hog. Topped out at 55#. So instead of the 115 deflection limbs I have on the Alien, he had to make me a set of 85 limbs. Tops out right at 72#.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beadrunner View Post
    Scratch the shadowcat........ I just bought an Alien Nemesis 45-60 now I've got to get some 35-50 limbs.
    I lost some ATA and brace height but I was worried about the weight and I got a good deal
    If your Nemesis has the 2.0 cams you will need 155 limbs to give you 35-50#.
    If it has the 1.5 cams then you need the 175 limbs for 35-50#.
    If your interested in a trade - I have a set of the 155's Carbon Fiber Rytera (Barnsdales) that I would swap (if yours are the carbon 135's).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiker View Post
    If your Nemesis has the 2.0 cams you will need 155 limbs to give you 35-50#.
    If it has the 1.5 cams then you need the 175 limbs for 35-50#.
    If your interested in a trade - I have a set of the 155's Carbon Fiber Rytera (Barnsdales) that I would swap (if yours are the carbon 135's).
    The bow will be here next week I'll let you know which one they are

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    Sounds as if this is going to work out great for you beadrunner and Spiker. I love this board.
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