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I just got my Terminator and noticed that on the rail there are 4 sets of round depressions spaced about 5" apart. Maybe where the mold was attached as they made it?? But I noticed that all of them have a slight edge to them and would seem to encourage serving wear as the string slides forward. Is this normal and should I be concerned about it?

Also, I've researched the idea of waxing the center serving that slides on the rail and lubing the rail itself and have found different opinions. Manual says no wax on the center serving and a lube (Jig-a-loo)can be used on the rail. I'm curious as to what other Parker owners have done.
 

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It is normal to have those "dimples" on the rail. I wouldn't be concerned about it.
I lightly wax the center serving and nothing on the rail.
 
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