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    Bob Barth
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    Unhappy Adjusting Draw Weight on Trophy Hunter XTR

    I am trying to adjust the draw weight on my new Trophy Hunter XTR with the allen wrench, but the adjustment wheel will not budge. What am I doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Barth View Post
    I am trying to adjust the draw weight on my new Trophy Hunter XTR with the allen wrench, but the adjustment wheel will not budge. What am I doing wrong?
    Adjustment wheel? The limb bolt is your adjustment point. At the end of the riser, on top of the limbs you'll find a large washer like disk, in the center of that approx 1 1/8" dia washer you will see an allen head bolt that runs down thru the riser into a barrel nut. This allen bolt is the limb bolt and what you turn to adjust the draw weight of your bow, each full turn is about 3 lbs of draw weight. They may be difficult to move the first time.
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