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    Default Switched from Mathews to Hoyt & have a question

    I decided to go to the "dark side" and I bought a Hoyt seven by 37. Love it. It's fast and accurate. Here is my problem. With my mathews, I had a solid feel when i hit the wall. With the 7/37, it's soft, I hate that feeling. Is there a way to make the wall feel hard? Or is this something that I will need to get over? any info is good info. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by D. Long View Post
    I decided to go to the "dark side" and I bought a Hoyt seven by 37. Love it. It's fast and accurate. Here is my problem. With my mathews, I had a solid feel when i hit the wall. With the 7/37, it's soft, I hate that feeling. Is there a way to make the wall feel hard? Or is this something that I will need to get over? any info is good info. thanks

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    there must be away of installing some sort of draw stop....what that is, I am not sure...
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    As a last resort, you can get cables built with more strands. This will make them stiffer and allow them to bend less when the mods hit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D. Long View Post
    I decided to go to the "dark side" and I bought a Hoyt seven by 37. Love it. It's fast and accurate. Here is my problem. With my mathews, I had a solid feel when i hit the wall. With the 7/37, it's soft, I hate that feeling.
    Buy an Elite, problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer1983 View Post
    Buy an Elite, problem solved.


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    If you don't have the draw stop in it, get one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    I was gonna say the same thing about his Mafews having a "solid feel"....
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    Just as the prodical son was, come home and be forgiven

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    Quote Originally Posted by D. Long View Post
    I decided to go to the "dark side" and I bought a Hoyt seven by 37. Love it. It's fast and accurate. Here is my problem. With my mathews, I had a solid feel when i hit the wall. With the 7/37, it's soft, I hate that feeling. Is there a way to make the wall feel hard? Or is this something that I will need to get over? any info is good info. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmorgan31 View Post
    I was gonna say the same thing about his Mafews having a "solid feel"....
    But you did'nt so just go pump the water out of your shop.


    CONGRATS on the 737. I have'nt shot it yet. Good Luck with the draw stop.


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    If you didnt get a draw stop peg with the bow I would go back to the proshop you bought it from and get one, I could be wrong but i think it should have come with one.
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    To my knowledge the Seven37 only comes with the Cam 1/2 Plus. It does not have a Pegged draw stop.

    If you TIME your cams using the draw stops the wall will be much harder

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    Quote Originally Posted by archeryoptics View Post
    Just as the prodical son was, come home and be forgiven
    My thoughts exactly.......
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