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Bear Cruzer Tuning, Centershot Off and Cam Lean #archery

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I recently purchased a Bear Cruzer RTH package from Cabela’s. I know it’s not a top of the line bow, but it’s replacing my Browning Ballistic Mirage that I’ve had for close to 12 years, so it feels like a pretty big upgrade to have something modern.

I am trying to get it tuned and running into some issues. I set the rest (whisker biscuit) at Centershot and I get a pretty bad right tear on paper. In order to get a bullet holes I have to push the rest pretty far from the riser, so much that the arrow is visually crooked when looking at the bow. Looking at the cams, the top Cam leans a little, if I lay an arrow on the cam, it intersects the string right at the d-loop. The bottom cam however is way worst. The bottom cam visually looks like it’s leaning, the string is slightly off center coming off the groove, and an arrow intersects a few inches before the loop when pressed against the cam. Both cams lean towards the cables, this was measured at brace.

I am assuming I need to yoke tune. I am hesitant though because I don’t want to screw up the timing of the dual cam system. Both cams are identical, I would think both cable lengths need to be identical. Can I yoke tune the bottom cam only, or do I need to do both cams?

I am shooting a 58 pound draw at 28 inches. My arrows are Easton carbons cut to 27.75 with 100gr tips. They are a 400 spine.

Any input would be appreciated.


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