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My peep has begun to rotate just slightly past center. It is usually but not always probably about a 1/8 of a turn to the right. But it doesn’t happen every time I draw back. Sometimes, the peep will be good and centered and other times, it will not. I had new strings and cables put on my Z7 over the summer. I shot it about 200 shots and then had everything gone over to make sure I had no peep rotation, but it has begun rotating. The pro shop that I got the bow from made the strings and cables, and I had a set on it before with no issues. I took it down the other day and they looked it over and said it was a little out of time after checking the timing hole on the cam. He added a twist or two not sure exactly and I shot it about 15 shots and the peep was good and centered every time. Yesterday while in the stand in the afternoon, I drew back and the peep was slightly rotated to the left this time which is opposite of the direction it usually rotates. I still could have seen enough to shoot but it is getting frustrating. I know you can turn the d-loop for a quick fix so I did this. It seems that the knots on the d-loop turn quite easily, which I am not sure if they are supposed to turn real easy or not. Another thing I noticed today was that I can turn the string when the bow is not drawn and that will change how the peep rotates at full draw. It seems like the string doesn’t settle the same every time after being shot or being let down from full draw. I have a G5 Meta peep also if that makes any difference. I do not have a press or know enough about doing this all myself, so I will have to take it to the shop in the next few days to get it checked out but I was looking for any suggestions or ideas on what my problem might be, as I am trying to avoid having to go to a rubber tube on the peep if possible. Thanks
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