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Pic is of Limb Torque/Cam Lean on my new Monster Chill (28"/70#). The arrow is about 3/16" right of string at the nock. My question is: Is this considered acceptable when trying to get the most accuracy the Chill has to offer? The bottom cam is perfectly straight. An arrow laid to it's side runs about an 1/8" off the string the full length. It paper tuned w/CX 450 .300 spine arrows. Center shot set to 12/16", brace height in spec., ata in spec. except for 1/32" difference between shelf and quiver side (quiver side longer). I did switch the cables on the rollers and it reduced the cam lean about 1/8" but it didn't last. After about 30-40 arrows the floating yoke self-adjusted and now lean is back to 3/16" at nock. Arrows seem to be flying good at 30 and 40 yards. At first there was a noticable wiggle down range but after tweaking the rest up/down between 30 and 40, I think I've got it worked out and the arrows are flying straight. Next up is broadhead tuning since I won't have a lot of time for grouping in the next two weeks. I've read that Mathews will replace the limbs if cam lean is "unacceptable". I've always shot solo cams and tuned the yokes, so it bugs me knowing that I can't make adjustments to see what I get. However, my confidence does build a little more with each shooting session. So what do you guys and gals think? Any advice would be well received and greatly appreciated. James
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