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Thread: Dumb question: How do I adjust the pull on my Cheeta?

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    dkinslow
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    Default Dumb question: How do I adjust the pull on my Cheeta?

    I have been shooting an older PSE and recently traded an old boat for a brand new Cheeta. It has been a couple of years since I have shot the PSE and the draw is set to the max on the Cheeta. I would like to lower the pull and work my way back up to a comfortable pull for acuracy and comfort. On my PSE all I had to do was use an allen wrench to equally loosen or tighten the bolts holding the limbs to the riser. Do I do my Cheeta the same way? Thanks in advance for anyones help as I am new to this forum.

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    dkinslow
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    I believe I have found my answer from a video link provided by SandSquid about how to take down a bow without a press. I am going to try giving my limb bolts a couple of turns and see what happens.

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    razorjack
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    Yep you got it....................

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    Remember not to trun them out more than 5 full turns if you want to keep the warranty.
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    You'll be reducing the draw weight by about 3# per turn.
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