Rubbing cables can happen. You can work this out by trying different cable slides. Or just ignore it at that should not create that lot of wear to it. I'd ignore it...
Originally Posted by CarlosII
The Arrow position in relation to the Berger hole is not important in my eyes. Keep it somehwere around the Berger hole and everything is good. It is much more important that the height relation between your nocking point and your rest is good. What does it help if the arrow is right beside the Berger hole, your nocking point is waaaay off to high or too low? Nothing.
350 spine? lol!
I shoot 32" draw, 60 lbs and use 300 spine arrows with 160gr tips and they work for my ShadowCat and me. I'd try 400 or less stiff with your draw/weight ratio. Easton chart gives me .500 arrows for your setup (assuming your using 125gr tips).
(2) Martin ShadowCat 2010