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    Does anyone know if these slider conversions are still available? My dealer tried ordering one from MA a month ago and they sent the actual slider instead of the conversion bracket. If anyone knows where to get one plz let me know.. Thanx
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    No idea where to find the conversion piece that you're looking for, but welcome to the site.
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    Thanx👍

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    I talked to jake the other day idk if hes still there but when I spoke to him he said there is a conversion kit to change over the ccs to cable rod and slide. I want to call and see if its really available or not I just want to have it so if I want to change I can.

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    I actually just received my conversion kit yesterday at my dealers shop. They do still exist but it took a while to get it. I think it cost about 30 bucks plus shipping for the conversion bracket and rod ill find out for sure when i go to pay for it..

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    Glad you got your conversion kit.
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    Thanx.. Just want to experiment with it to see if there is any difference in center shot compared to the ccs..

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    Yes, there will be a difference in centershot and basic tuning from one cable system to the next. What is it you're trying to achieve?
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    Default Ccs conversion bracket for alien x?

    The reason I'm trying the conversion is mainly because I'm having limb twist which is pushing my centershot closer to my riser. Im hoping the conversion kit will relief the tension on my cables and bring my centershot closer to center.
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    Put a tilt tamer on while you are at it. Your rest will be directly inline with your bow string and sight.

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