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[quote][quote="L.O.S.T.Arrow":264ex263][quote="roadhazardj76":264ex263]ok still seems like its backwards to me but i guess if i did it a few times like you, I would actually know what im talking about. Thanks for setting me straight.
Maybe look at it this way...the idler is not really leaning itself..it is more like the idler and half the slit limb of the V is being pulled left or right by an over twisted yoke...tighening the other brings it straight on with the string...
Neil[/quote:264ex263] Ok dang it that makes sense. i think. so if say the left yoke is over twisted it willpull the left side of the limb down, therefore causing the idler to lean to the left on the top. adding twist to the right yoke or untwisting the left yoke would correct it. Oh man i think im getting a headache from thinking to much. Thanks for the replies neil, I am just having a brainfart i think.[/quote:264ex263]
Ok you got it except... "if say the left yoke is over twisted it will pull the left side of the limb [u:264ex263][b]down[/b][/u:264ex263], [color=red:264ex263]this will be out or up[/color:264ex263]...therefore causing the idler to lean to the left on the top. adding twist to the right yoke or untwisting the left yoke would correct it. " You got it except it will pull limb and idler out or up..not down
but now you have the idea
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