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You don't 'lose' anything by lowering the DW because of the huge limb pre-loading with the beyond parallel limbs, but you should be using 1/2" shorter DL modules to compensate for the increase in DL. Also, the String Stop should be readjusted for the higher brace height. 70# limbs are useful if you intend to hunt Very Large Game, like Yukon Moose, or Dangerous Game, like the Great bears, otherwise 70# limbs aren't necessary and 60# limbs will take all game on the N. American Continent, including Elk. Is it worth investing more money to replace the 70# limbs at this point?... Probably not as long as you can shoot comfortably at 60-63# DW. Consider getting 60# limbs on your next bow ... your shoulder will appreciate it.
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