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After testing the Creed I noticed the Idler lean is a bit different that previous Mathews offerings. I don't know if this is due to the 5" idler wheel, the split limbs or a combination of both. I'm thinking it's not the riser, as every grid type riser since the Z7 still has the idler tracking true with the cam with the 1/8" measurement at the nocking point. When this is set at that measurement with the Creed, I see this alignment with the laser: [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/572_IMG_3306_1.jpg[/img] As you can see, the string is tracking outside of the groove. Not bad by any means but it isn't what it should be. When The Idler is set with a gap of 1/16", this is the end result: [img]http://forums.mathewsinc.com/images/userpix/572_IMG_3308_2.jpg[/img] This is how the bow should be set up and tracking at full draw. I have made the appropriate notation and correction to the tuning thread in the FAQ section. NOTE.....these pics were taken with the bow on a draw machine.
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