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    Default Hey Joel

    What is your take on this? http://martinarchery.com/mtechforum/...h-my-Shadowcat
    Would you happen to have the torque specs. for the 2 allen head screws?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don B View Post
    What is your take on this? http://martinarchery.com/mtechforum/...h-my-Shadowcat
    Would you happen to have the torque specs. for the 2 allen head screws?
    Thanks,
    Don.
    I don't think there is any way I could diagnose the issue via internet. You may have to send it in for a factory inspection. We don't have torque specs for any screws on our products that I have ever heard about.

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    I once had a similar situation...turned out the string was slowly failing, strands must have been slowly breaking and finally it snapped! The string length must have been streching where the strands were breaking, which is why my bow started shooting low.

    You might want to do a close inspection of your string/cables and look for possible issues. Also, check the lengths.

    Good luck!

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