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    Never seen this answered on a thread or post. Why did Martin use brass bushings on one of there top of the line bows the Scepter 4 instead of sealed bearings in the furious cams. Does anyone on here know???

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    I am sorry, i do not know..
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    I would love to hear Joels answer to this or from the man himself Mr. Martin

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    I do not think that you will get an answer from them here. they are quite very seldom seen here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madlaz View Post
    Why did Martin use brass bushings on one of there top of the line bows the Scepter 4 instead of sealed bearings in the furious cams.
    Don't know exactly why Martin used them. Bushes are more reliable, longer lasting, cheaper, easier to service, etc. And maybe there was a supply problem with the sealed bearings too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madlaz View Post
    Never seen this answered on a thread or post. Why did Martin use brass bushings on one of there top of the line bows the Scepter 4 instead of sealed bearings in the furious cams. Does anyone on here know???
    You can answer that best buy asking why did they switch from the greatest/best cam they ever made (NOS cam) to a inferior (Furious cam)....its cheaper all around. Now before I get flamed I am talking soley from a engineering stand point not whether it is smoother or ones personnel preference.

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    scepterman iam going to find some nitrous cams for my scepter 4 and see what the hype is on those nitrous cams how much difference are in those cams vs large furious cams anyone know.

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    Good luck Madlaz, people that have them are hoarding them like gold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madlaz View Post
    scepterman iam going to find some nitrous cams for my scepter 4 and see what the hype is on those nitrous cams how much difference are in those cams vs large furious cams anyone know.
    Hmmm, I just happen to have a pair for sale...ifin you needin NOS A's. What bow are they going on and what is the DL?

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    scepter 4 29.5 to 30 draw lenght

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