So today I checked out the Totally Lost Creed at my local pro shop. Man is it one sharp looking bow. My problem is when I shot the Creed when it came out I wasn’t impressed enough to want stop shooting my Z7,but I would love a Totally list bow. I know dipping a Mathews bow voids warranty, but is it on the entire bow and all parts or just what has been dipped outside of Mathews doing? I considered sending my Cam, Idler wheel and other accessories to be dipped, but I hate to void the warranty for cosmetic appearance.
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Z7 72#/30", Spot Hogg Real Deal, Rip Cord Code Red, K-Tech twin 5", KSB1, Mathews T-5, CX Maxima Hunter 450/100 gr. NAP Killzone
Randy says if he dips it the warranty stands. Call and ask him if you would like and then call Mathews warranty and ask them if Randy dips it does the warranty stand. When we called from my local shop they said Randy’s work stands. Maybe someone can put these guys on the spot.
with the way camo comes off these bows I would think mathews would let someone authorized be able to dip the bow and not void the warranty…though i believe a warranty more then likely will never be used as not much goes wrong .. I would like to dip my cams and riser
Randy says if he dips it the warranty stands. Call and ask him if you would like and then call Mathews warranty and ask them if Randy dips itdoes the warranty stand. When we called from my local shop they said Randy’s work stands. Maybe someone can put these guys on the spot.
Bob Jenkins told me it voids the warranty still last year when this came up.
This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by RickyM.
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