Anyone have any idea about why my lower serving is rubbing on my cam? It came that way from Martin after they put new limbs on it for me. I'm so new to compound archery that I didn't notice it. But I had our local bow tech looking at it for another reason and he spotted the problem.
He tried a number of different things, primarily moving washers around to try to get string clearance but nothing works. The cam is not crooked. It won't be much longer until the cam's rubbed it clear through and I'll have to get new strings. So I stopped shooting it.
The tech is willing to work on it if someone would tell him what's wrong. He's a big Mathews guy and is one of their test shooters before they bring out a new bow. He works on all brands, but not a lot on Martins so it's got him stumped.
I'd rather not send it back to Martin because it'll take 3 weeks. (one week each way in transit) If someone could tell me what he should look for, it might be an easy fix and I could be shooting again in a few days.
He thought maybe the lower limb might be weak and drawing the bow torques it enough to make the cam rub, but that was just a wild guess after the other stuff didn't work.