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[quote=591968] ... Not interested in all venting I don’t have the bow to check some of the things you are asking me to check. I would think that Mathews having a certified Mathews dealer in complete take down and rebuilding of the bow would no to check cam and idler wheel lean any time setting a bow up...[/quote] Then why not just give it a rest until you get your bow back? I do not assume, nor would I suggest to anyone, that factory setup makes all the tuning and spec adjustments. First, they assemble the bows, they don't shoot and paper tune them, that is the dealer's job, so I would not expect idler lean adjustment beyond 9 twists in the left yoke and 12 in the right yoke for a RH bow. Second, the strings and cables are new and will stretch just sitting in the UPS truck and the heat during transit, so even if the bow was perfect leaving Sparta, it wouldn't be when it arrived at the dealer, and it certainly won't be until it has been shot 50 to 200 times to get the string and cable to settle. There are some things you just have to do yourself if you want a bow to suit you and your shooting style. Having a dealer paper tune a bow to a bullet hole doesn't mean it is setup for
to shoot a bullet hole. Having a dealer set the peep height doesn't mean it will the
peep height. You get my drift, eh? When you get your bow back, and I'd be mildly surprised if there is anything seriously wrong with it, but Mathews seems to change out limbs and cam as a matter of policy, give some of my broadhead tuning tips a try, and if you have problems, PM me. Although, I'm taking off Elk hunting in 5 days and who knows when I'll be back out of the mountains
... in a couple of days, I hope
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