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Thread: Cam Lean ??

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    MarkFrantz
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    Default Cam Lean ??

    My Cheetah which is a single cam , I have a little lean in my upper pully because i had to move my slide rod alittle further because of my new slider to account for Vane clearance , Would i be safe to say to put a twist in the one side of my Y cable and mabe take 1 out of the other side ? If needed .

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    Twist 1 in half turns untill your cam lean is resolved. Then check your A2A, BH, and tillers. Lengthen or shorten both the same amount till your bow is back in specs.

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    How do you know if you have cam lean?

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    Pull the bow to full draw and ask someone to hold an arrow beside the cam or the wheel. If the arrow points not straight down to the opposite you have cam lean.
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    If the arrow not points to the opposite side etc. I don't understand what that means. Please explain further...Thanks!

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    I think what hes saying is have someone hold an arrow flat against youre cam while youre at full draw and if the arrow doesnt point straight down to youre lower cam then you have cam lean. Kenny

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    10:4...Thanks!

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    Exactly. It always makes sence for me when i am writing something. xD
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