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    I bought my bow in July 2008. My bow has a M-Pro cam and I can not find any information on the string and cable length for this set up. Any suggestions?

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    Hello Texas. Look on the Martins website for bow specs. That should tell you the info you will need. You can then order a OEM or go after market. What part of Texas do you hail from. If in the Houston area contact Scott at Viking Archery. He makes one he'll of a string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJK View Post
    Hello Texas. Look on the Martins website for bow specs. That should tell you the info you will need. You can then order a OEM or go after market. What part of Texas do you hail from. If in the Houston area contact Scott at Viking Archery. He makes one he'll of a string.

    Carl
    The website only shows strings with the dyna cam. I couldn't find anywhere that the jaguar was listed with the M-Pro cam. I am about 30 miles east of San Antonio. Thanks for the advice.

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    Is the ATA on your bow 32" or real close to that?
    If so - you should double check me but - I believe it should use a 33.5" cable and 88" string.

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    No sticker on the lower limb? A bit sloppy of the builder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    No sticker on the lower limb? A bit sloppy of the builder.
    Replacement limbs? Or just peeled off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJK View Post
    Hello Texas. Look on the Martins website for bow specs. That should tell you the info you will need. You can then order a OEM or go after market. What part of Texas do you hail from. If in the Houston area contact Scott at Viking Archery. He makes one he'll of a string.

    Carl
    The Martin website doesn't have the specs because the 2008 Jaguar with the M-Pro cam was made for Dick's Sporting Goods, and it was the last Jaguar compound bow made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Replacement limbs? Or just peeled off?
    Maybe, I received a sticker with my new limbs. Yeah someone could have removed it.

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    That explains some of it. Don't they use stickers on the bows?

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    I have a sticker on the lower limb, but it was a blank sticker with two hand written numbers on it that have both rubbed off. Is there somewhere I can get string length for the bow made for Dicks Sporting Goods?

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    So its got a sticker, no imprint of the numbers left? You should write these numbers down when you first get a bow. Why some use pencil.......

    Any way, try calling Dick's perhaps, maybe somebody there kept records. You could take it to a dealer and have them measure the cable & string. Or do it yourself if your confident enough. If you need help to disassemble the bow, we can help, just ask.

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