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[quote="L.O.S.T.Arrow":7hhakadz]:D Due to many requests for this I thought I would post this here for everyone, I thought we had it posted somewhere but couldnt find it... [b:7hhakadz] [u:7hhakadz]INSTALLING AND TYING IN A PEEP[/u:7hhakadz]
This is the method we use with most, the G5 Meta and IMHO by far the most secure and best way to tie in a peep hands down.. NOTE*...It is recommended that a press is used to install the peep into string to prevent damage to string under tension! First install the peep in the string using the side grooves. Then start serving the same way you would do your center serving. Approximately 1 and 1/4 inch above the peep, continue for 1/4 inch. [Pic # 1] [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_Peep1_1.jpg[/img] Wrap the serving around one side of the bow string three or four times. When you get to the peep start wrapping the serving around the serving center groove of the peep. [Pic #2 ] [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_Peep2_1.jpg[/img] Wrap the serving around the center groove three or four times. [Pic #3 ] [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_Peep3_1.jpg[/img] Stop wrapping on the opposite side from which you started. Take the serving and go around the string once above the peep. Pull the serving tight and then wrap the serving around the other side of the bow string three or four times. At about 1 inch below the peep finish by back serving in the same way you would finish your center serving. [Pic #4 ] [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_Peep4_1.jpg[/img] You now have a correctly tied in peep. This is a method of tying in your peep sight. This method will work for any type of peep. Only difference is on some style of peeps you will have to tie in one section above and one section of serving below. The serving will not wrap around the peep as they may have no center groove on peep...[color=red:7hhakadz]Note!! If you do not have serving thread dental floss will work quite well.[/color:7hhakadz] [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/6673_Peep5_1.jpg[/img]
Neil[/b:7hhakadz][/quote:7hhakadz] I was told a while ago if you dont have any serving handy to peel apart an old bowstring or cable and use an individual strand. I have done it and it seems to work great. Any thoughts on that.
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