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  1. #1
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    Default muzzy zero effect

    I've never set up a muzzy zero effect rest on a bow. The plastic piece thats need to be cut for each bow seems to be tricky on determining how long it actually needs to be for hoyt bows. is there a trick to this type of rest?

  2. #2
    HOYT4LIFE
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    It varies from bow to bow depending on how far your cable slide travels. If you have the video that should have come with your rest it shows you pretty well how to do it. If not try Muzzy web site it should help you on there. If I remember you have to mark the spot where your cable slide stops at full draw. Hold the arm up to that spot and eye up where it would attach to the rest. You will be able too see then how much to cut off. Leave yourself about a half inch extra threads for adjustability later.

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