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The string stop rod can be adjusted by loosening 2 allen keys that secure the "rod" part of the stopper to the bow riser. Once those are loose, not completely removed, you can pull the "rod" towards or away from the bow. There is a little beveled rubber grommet that moves and once you have the stopper where you want it, you can re-position the beveled rubber against the riser again. I like to see just a bit of daylight between the rubber stopper and the bowstring. I also used catwhiskers on the bowstring, and that seems to take care of the "buzz" and working with the SuperQuad limbsavers in the limbs, my bow now is very quiet. Also, have someone other than yourself shoot the bow. For whatever reason, a bow will always sound the loudest to the shooter. Have a great day and shoot straight.
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