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    Default apache rest help

    Put the rest on today. I am shooting very good groups out to 50 yrds. Arrow flight looks good but after about 30 or 40 shots I see that felt is pealing on the end of the right fork. This means its not getting out of the way right? What should I do? If any thing.
    Thanks for looking....jruss

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    Yeah something must be wrong because I have the same and the only spot that has shown any wear is the very middle of the rest where the arrow sits on the rest... I would take it in for review by a pro shop.
    Bow Madness 3G - Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, B-Stinger 10" Sport Hunter Xtreme Stabilizer,
    NAP Apache Rest, Copper John Mark I 5 Pin Sight w/Dead Nuts 3 Micro Adjust Kit and Light,
    STAN SX2 Release, and ABB Premium Full Set Strings. Shooting Gold Tip XT Hunter Arrows.

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    I raised my d loop & peep up about 1/4 inch. Seems not to be touching now.

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