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    Uncle Sam's Canoe Club SandSquid's Avatar
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    Default RipCord Rest - replacing the cord

    Since I'm an Audio Visual type learner, I like pictures, LOTS of pictures...

    This is easier to do if you remove the actual drop away from teh bow by disconnecting it at the vertical adjusting slide. (I did not for some reason)


    Remove (2) cover plate screws:
    RipCord Rest - replacing the cord - Archery, How To Section

    RipCord Rest - replacing the cord - Archery, How To Section


    Remove cover plate by rotating anti-clockwise to relieve spring tension.
    RipCord Rest - replacing the cord - Archery, How To Section
    Make note of spring orientation and set aside.


    Rotate rest into up, locked position
    RipCord Rest - replacing the cord - Archery, How To Section

    Then slide the entire assembly to the outside by applying lateral pressure on the arm.

    RipCord Rest - replacing the cord - Archery, How To Section

    Make special not of the orientation of the square brass locking pin.
    It will fit back in any of 4 ways, but will only work in one of them
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    It's really a walk in the park..I usually mark the top of the brass pin and the back of it(side closest to ya) with a felt marker.Some detractors make it out like some piece of voodoo
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    sounds great, lets see some cool looking pics of different color cords. i have one and thinking about putting a red cord on it. but what would you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wilkersonhunter View Post
    sounds great, lets see some cool looking pics of different color cords. i have one and thinking about putting a red cord on it. but what would you use?
    maybe some small d loop cord?
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