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bow madness limb bushing

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i have a pse bow madness xs not sure what year but at least two models ago and it has a crack in the limb bushing i am going to get it fixed but is it safe to shoot until i do?

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Do the Limb Twist

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Hi,
So I realize that buying cheap limbs should come with a big "you get what you paid for" reply, but I am curious;

Just how much would a small twist like this affect my shooting?
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I also set the unstrung bow down on a flat surface and one of the limb indeed didn’t sit completely flat, thankfully my riser is good.

I am a noob, only been shooting 3 months, so I am bound to eventually switch out for higher poundage limbs and will probably spend a bit more.
Will above pic twist be that big of a contributing factor if I just go with it and shoot?
The string is in the groove for the most part, just a slight shift to one side.

They’re cheap medium SF axom+’s on a cartel fantom riser.

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Hoyt Limb Help

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My wife has a 2006 Hoyt Pro Elite with XT 2000 limbs.
The limbs are 50 – 60. I have not looked at the deflection numbers yet.
I would like to get the bow set up with 40-50 pounds limbs.
Where can I buy new limbs from?
Are there considerations to be made in going from a 2006 limb to a ‘new limb’?
Thanks much!

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Camo Polar Fleece limb sleeve covers affect limb performance?

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I have always used camouflage polar fleece limb sleeve covers because I didn’t want to paint my limbs. Do any of you feel these sleeves can affect the limb performance? It sure helps quiet the bow.

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Hoyt limb and cam questions

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Is the C2 cam an aggressive cam or smoother style cam? What is the difference between xt2000 and xt300 limbs? Thanks


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Let’s see those black riser, camo limb bows!

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Like the title says let’s see them, I ordered a Elite Energy 35 black riser, camo limbs and thought that wound make a good looking bow. Not sure if that’s popular but if you got them show them off.


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Recurve limb protector?

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I just bought my first trad bow, its a bear kodiak magnum, got it off the EE here http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2060782 .

Anyway I’ve been reading and studying everything I can about trad archery, and fortunately my brother got rid of his training wheels quite a while ago so he’s been a valuable resource.

I have a question regarding limb protection on a recurve, by that I mean the area where the string makes contact with the limb. I understand its not necessary by any means, but I want to take care of my bow to the best of my ability, plus as I understand it, it can quiet things down a little.

So anyway my question is what do I use? Do they sell something particularly for this purpose? How do I attach it? I’d rather not use glue, or at least a strong glue as I don’t want to damage the finish at all. Any input would be great, thanks!


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Padding Limb Pockets?

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I have a little click on the shot of my ILF (Sky TDX 17) that I believe is coming from the limb pockets. When shot the limb pulls away from the riser just a bit then makes a click when they recover. I have tried fabric backed tape in the limb pocket – worked pretty well when new but compacts and then does not work. Tried a rubber bicycle inner tube – works ok. Tried Velcro, works about the best, but is pretty bulky and Fuzzy Stuff which I have on there now (stuck to the limbs) along with the inner tube stuck to the riser. Still no magic setup, so I guess the question is – what material works best for a buffer between the limbs and riser? Thanks.


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