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Old 03-18-2010, 08:37 AM   #1
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I have a tt shake hunter on a Z7 .I marked the fletching & seen it was hitting plus it ripped off the felt on the left side of the prongs.iam shooting 2vanes down ,ive tried turning the nock ,tried raising the nock point .it was tied in at the bottom of the roller guard serving .I got it tied in at the the bottom of the handle . right now .the rest still comes up about half way thru the draw . so How do i set it up so it come the last inch of the draw ?
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Old 03-18-2010, 08:50 AM   #2
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Mad, you need to tie pull down cable in about the bottom of the grip. However it sounds as if you need to lengthen the cable. The cable should have enough slack in it that it comes up the last 1/2" of draw.


Here's an easy way to tie in a cable.
http://www.3dshoots.com/forums/showthread.php?t=19402
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http://www.trophytaker.com/inserts/a...est_adjust.htm

This has the basic instructions. I use the "dloop" style of installation instead of the "through the cable" installation.
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thanks I do like that dloop Ill be doing that it looks alot easier instead of pressing it everytime .

I have tied in the bottom I give it more slack get in the way of the cables .how much slack should I give it at the bottom of the handle ?
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You just have to have enough slack to have the rest come up last 1/2" of draw. I'll try to find you a picture... brb

Look in this thread by DB. It shows it clearly.
http://www.3dshoots.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29676
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You just have to have enough slack to have the rest come up last 1/2" of draw. I'll try to find you a picture... brb

Look in this thread by DB. It shows it clearly.
http://www.3dshoots.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29676
I got the timming marked its no longer hitting .thank you !Now i got another problem ,how do you keep it from sliding up .I used end thru the loo p know about an inch long & its sliding up with b 50 do you think #4 will hold it better
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You can use serving material or what I use, BCY Nock Point Thread.

Use a series of overhand knots, finishing w/ a square knot. Keep each knot very tight.
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You can use serving material or what I use, BCY Nock Point Thread.

Use a series of overhand knots, finishing w/ a square knot. Keep each knot very tight.
ok thank you
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Old 03-18-2010, 11:03 AM   #9
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No problem
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I don't know about the last 1/2 inch of draw though. I try to tie mine to come up the last 3 inches of your draw cycle. That way if you have a tendency to creep the arm wont drop.
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Think you are correct Hutchies. Went and looked at my wife's bow, last 1 1/2". Loooked at the TT website, they say last 1 to 2 1/2".

Sorry for the mis-info
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