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    Default string and cable

    i've just bought a mathews conquest 4 and was wanting to know on the cable guard if the string that runs thru the cable slide should be the one closer to the string that the arrow attches to or should the buss cable be the one closer to the string that the arrow goes to. bacisally what i mean is if you were looking at the cable slide with the bow laying flat with the rest and sites facing me should the buss cable be on the left or right side of the cable slide. thanks

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    Looking at the C3 and C4 on the Mathews site, it looks like they cross above the slide, but at the slide the cable is closest to the grip.

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    thanks red44 looked at the site after i posted the tread kind of a slow thinker lol but its does look as you said thanks again

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