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Thread: Cougar Cable Clearance...HELP

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    In my case it's been 4 decades and I still don't consider myself a PRO. Just a basement tinkerer although most of my work gets done right from the tailgate of my pickup.

    Put it this way. About 15 years ago I was at a 3D shoot and with a group of guys I never shot with before--mostly just your average bowhunter. One guy needed to adjust something and asked if I had a set of Allen wrenches. My reply was "Do I shoot a compound bow?". Actually I have four sets. One in the house, one in my quiver, and two in my trusty ole do-dad box which goes everywhere with me.
    LOL, has to the most often needed tool for a compound, and wouldn't have it any other way. Can you imaging working on a compound if all the screws were Phillips heads?
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    On the clearance issue I have used the Sanders Hyper Glide cable slide which seems to give the FC 400 a bite more clearance.
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