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[quote=610994]Shop just called and said he put a couple twists in the yoke and it took the lean out!? Timed the cams and he said it shoots perfect. Im sceptical but also hopefull. Will find out monday.[/quote] it's called a floating yoke for a reason, it finds it own center,and always will. the only thing twisting does is shorten the harness itself . there is just enough friction on the harness where it wraps around the ring to make it appear as though the twists helped but, after a few shots, it will be right back to the way it was before twisting. since your cam is leaning left, you could possibly swap the limbs side to side and try it. it may or may not remedy it. if dealer doesn't want to do the swap, tell him to order you a set of limbs. as brian said, limb driven rests work very well on these cam systems to keep stress off the cable, affecting cam timing.
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