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I personally have no idea. The first I've heard of Mathew's acknowledging a manufacturing problem is from jeanraph123 above. Neither Mathews or my dealer said anythig about such a recall in my dealings with them. I did notice that my roller arm had a good bend in it towards the string but I thought it was by design. Although, I don't know how I wasn't getting fletching contact w/the cable roller configuration from the factory but it passed the lipstick test so I didn't focus on it too much when talking to my dealer. My Z7 has the top cable tracking to the insided roller but the chill was set up to track the top cable to the outside roller...I'm still wondering why given the shorter distance from axle to roller is on the top. I'm going to check out the Chill R when it starts shipping but if any of the things noted in this thread are apparent on even the first Chill R I pick up, I'm going to look at the Helim instead. The only reason I'm even giving the Chill R a chance is I like the IBO speed and I liked the draw cycle of this years Chill. I actually prefer slim limb design of the Helim and the Z7 in a hunting bow b/c it' less bulky. I bump my bow around in a stand enough already. The wider split limbs just means more to snag on something.
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