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Old 05-06-2008, 09:43 AM
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Hey guys

I was shooting my bow a while back and a guy that I was shooting with told me to write my measurements down.That way if I needed to replace a string, cables orcheck to see if something wasn't rightit would be an easy task. I really would like to do this.

The measurements he told me to take were:
1. axle 2 axle
2. tiller
3. My nock point.
4. My arrow rest.

The one that throws me off is the tiller though. I'm not sure how to do it on a Bowtech Guardian because it seemsdifferent then a regular bow. Could someone please help me with this and let me know if there are any other key measurements that I should take.

Thanks
Jeff
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Old 05-06-2008, 07:08 PM
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Write down:
1. Axle to Axle
2. Brace height
I prefer to completely reset my nocking point, rest etc. once I change strings. I just put the bow back in spec, and go through the tuning process again. It's not something you do that often, and I like the fact I know it is dead on again.

Dan
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