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    what is the draw length for an 09 warthog cams set on #3

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    Very good question. I am wondering the same thing, well kinda. Not gonna hijack your thread. But, why cant martin just put the darn dl # on the modules instead of a stupid f-4 or f-3 etc etc

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    Because the same modules give different DLs on different bows (models).
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    It's 29".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    It's 29".

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    Enlighten me please, but I thought the draw length starts at 27" on the Warthog and that would be in the #1 position so wouldn't #3 be 28" (1/2" per position)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    Enlighten me please, but I thought the draw length starts at 27" on the Warthog and that would be in the #1 position so wouldn't #3 be 28" (1/2" per position)?
    You're right, my mistake. I also didn't realize that f-modules weren't on the hybrid cams.

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    Thanks guys. anyone know what my draw lenth would be using an f-4 module on my firecat tr1 ????? Just wondering because im not sure and would like to
    know. I think the f-2 mod on my firecat tr1 = 27"? But that was to short for me so i put on the f-4 and now its perfect but i don't know what the f-4 =. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by martinbowhunter View Post
    Very good question. I am wondering the same thing, well kinda. Not gonna hijack your thread. But, why cant martin just put the darn dl # on the modules instead of a stupid f-4 or f-3 etc etc
    FYI the Warthof does not use the "f" modules as it has the Cat cams. Only the single cam bows use the f mods.
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