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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Mathews Man, Jul 10, 2008.
Do you have to serve the string where it contacts the stopper on a STS?
I prefer to serve mine. It has to improve the life of the string....:noidea:
Yep, I would recommend it also.... It's easy/cheap insurance. Plus if you don't know how to do a serving it's a perfect way to learn and practice without affecting anything that already exists on the bowstring.
i did mine last year and its still holding good.... and i did know what i was doing. :doh:
If you don't you will start to see it start getting fuzzy where it makes contact.
yup, I serve mine!!:rockon:
Cheap insurance, dont the include serving material in the package??:noidea:
Thats what I thought. Plus it seams to me the string HAS to be taking more of a beating where it contacts the stopper.
When you set a STS up do you have it touch the string at BH? or is it set to see daylight thru the string and stopper?
I would recomend shooting groups with it set at a few different settings and see which groups the best on YOUR bow.......
different bows respond to different distances, differently:noidea: :laugh:
its suppost to.
I had mine served. About a business card distance from string at Brace.eace:
I set mine up with a business card gap then put on the serving, been working great for a year and a half for me.
this is how I have seen about 1/2 set up. the other 1/2 touching. thanks everyone for the info, Hopefuly I will be ordering a CSS from MeanV this week:rockon:
Sure, serve it!
I would, why take a chance tearing up your "purty" new string! :biggrin1: