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  1. #1
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    Default Recurve bow question

    I have a 12 year old recurve bow made by Montgomery Ward. So, my question is..... can you change the brace hieght? Also, how you would do so? I have a 58" AMO, 28" Draw, and 45#... just incase any of this information helps. Thanks in advance for your help. Also, I am using the B-50 replacement string.... 14 strand.

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    Default I think It may Be older

    If you have not drawn that bow yet, dont.Take it to a traditional bow shop and have them look at it first to make sure it's safe, because it could blow apart. I don't know of anyway to change the brace unless you have removable limbs.
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    South East Massachusetts


    Brace height is changed by twisting or untwisting the string. Tiller is something he can't change on a fixed limb bow.
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