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i just got back from the dealer show and had a long talk with bob jenkins from mathews about the mr series cam lean issues. there have been big changes in the limb department, which is the single biggest factor in the lean issue with a floating yoke system. the limbs must be correctly matched to provide correct orientation of the cams. the major change is that now the limb blanks are ground by a robotic arm to get the proper deflection which is computer checked. this process used to be done by hand, and wasn't the best or most efficient way. bob actually showed me a video on his phone of the process, it was amazing. so,,, anyone finding that there is more than1/4" crossover gap at the nok point when checked with a straight edge(arrow) should see dealer for a new limb set to cure the problem.
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