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JCNinOKC 09-12-2003 01:45 PM

Bodoodle Pro lite and tricks to fine tune?
 
Just got a Pro lite and was wondering if there are any tricks to fine tuning the rest. Tension settings, quieting the prongs? Anything to help get the optimum out of the rest would be helpful. Would understand if it is good just as it is.

Trebark 09-12-2003 02:55 PM

RE: Bodoodle Pro lite and tricks to fine tune?
 
JC,
I used to use a Bodoodle, and I always found moleskin to be the quietest and most durable silencing method. As far as spring tension goes, set it so that the prongs go down with the weight of the arrow on them, but begin to rise as you draw back. (Make sense?). This is how Bodoodle recommends setting it, and it always seemed to work well for me.
Good luck,
Charlie

Rangeball 09-12-2003 02:58 PM

RE: Bodoodle Pro lite and tricks to fine tune?
 
Another prong silencing option is practice with them as is, then before you go hunting coat them with clear " hard as nails" nail polish. Works like a charm, and doesn' t mess with your tune job.

Other than that, the bodoodle I use to own (sold it to my bro on the bow he' s now shooting), I just set spring tension like stated above, set center shot, then shot away.


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