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[quote]I noticed on my helim that the yoke twists are opposite of each other. As your looking at the bow in the press, cam to the right and shelf facing you. The right yoke is twisted away from like the quiver, and the left yoke is twisted toward the quiver. Is this common or correct. Or do I need to twist them both the same towards the quiver, Which I would call counter clock wise? Also it is a stock string. So 12 in right yoke and 9 in left yoke????? Thanks in advance[/quote]
Thats a method of stopping the yokes from twisting on each other..I twist yokes both oppiste twist from string...towards shelf or CCW where as strings are CW [Clock Wise] towards quiver... If you twist them CW like string the yokes will twist and knot on themselves.. with newer strings [more serving and shorter yokes] and bows try start with 5-7 on right [Quiver] and 3-4 on left [Shelf] true twists after that is idler straight with string at full draw...many are lining up with the straight edge or arrow on idler ..close, touching or even center of string at nock point....
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