Getting back in the water

Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Slightlychilled, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. Slightlychilled

    Slightlychilled Junior Member

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    OK I know this baby is old but I love it. It has been 4 years last I shot it. I was thinking can I change the cams? Can the body be millled out some?thats more of a pipe dream, I was going to add a v-bar and drop rest. I am a small persone like 135lb 5'7" the bow fits me well. Ideas for my old friend would be cool. There is no way my wife will let me get a new bow.... You have a better chance seeing GOD so please try not to be hard on me :)
    thanks colt
     
  2. QSA

    QSA One eyed/Gutless wonder

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    is it a single cam? I have a ultra tec that was changed over from single to daul cams.
     

  3. Slightlychilled

    Slightlychilled Junior Member

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    2 are on it.They are round and small.
     
  4. Cam change

    It is possible to change the wheels to a single cam or dual cam system.
    The only problem that you will have is that you will LOSE between 15# and 20# of draw weight.
    The cost will be approx 1/2 the cost of a new Mission or Martin and you will have to find which cam will give you the proper draw length.
     
  5. Cameron

    Cameron Senior Member

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  6. Pinwheel1969

    Pinwheel1969 #1 THREAD KILLER

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    you can put cam @1/5 on them. it will just take some tinkering on strings. a friend of mine had I think an old target Sierra bow. he spent about a month playing to get it right. but it shoots fine. as long as the limbs are wide enough?
     
  7. Slightlychilled

    Slightlychilled Junior Member

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    The numbers on the cams is 5. I have no clue what that is but it's there.