Back in January I purchased an 09 Warthog on AT. A month later the top limb cracked at the fork. I bought replacement limbs from my dealer in Australia and all was well.
I didn't shoot the Hog much as i was having a good time with my Alien. (bow that is). Any way, I thought as it was just sitting there gathering dust, I may as well sell it. I took it out of it's case and decided to have a few shots for old times sake. Well, it was like love the second time around, this bow felt and shot out of this world! So,the decision to sell her was immediately brushed and for the past few weeks she's rarely been out of my hands. But alas all good things come to an end. Yesterday at full draw, I heard the dreaded click. I let down and sure enough, exactly in the same spot as the first time ( top limb in the fork) was a virtical split. Crappos!!!
I thought if I simply replace the limbs once again, it will just be another case of 'Ground Hog Day'. I've read several posts here and on AT re changing to the 2010 limbs, one specifically by Barry. I firmly believe the problem, which appears to be a common one has probably been solved by Martin changing over to slimmer limbs (2010 models) which I feel would reduce the amount of twist on the limbs.
As I understant it, I will need the new limbs, the roto cups and axle kits. Importantly, the cams I have are Cat2, are these OK to complete the conversion, or am I up for new cams? I have emailed Martin, but it usually takes a while to get an answer.