Thought I would offer up some advice for those that are interested in string and cable changes.
Take your current bow and measure the brace height, which is the distance from the end of the barrel to the string, and axle to axle length. Ideally this is done after a few shooting sessions after everything settles in. Take some white fingernail polish and mark the location of your cams rotation in relation to the limb. Ideally your cams are in sync. There may be holes or marks on the cams from the factory that are used as a reference for timing. If there is, note their location relative to the limb.
When you have a pro shop change out your string and cables, insist that these measurements are replicated and check them when you pick up your bow. Recently an acquaintance of mine had new cables and a string put on his crossbow. It became obvious the technician took everything off and had no idea what the factory specs were when re-installing them. Not only were the cams out of sync, the brace height was way off resulting in the string coming off at the shot.
Taking note of these measurements also lets you know if your cams begin to fall out of time, or your string stretches. Both of which can effect performance and possibly damage your bow.
I hope this helps.
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Last edited by dpms; 09-13-2019 at 02:12 PM.