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  • Anti Torque Rod Installation

    first remove set screw and cable rod, if your bow is powder coated you may have to clean out the hole a little 3/8 drill bit cleans it right out. slide in anti rod till bend is 1/16 in front of cables at brace. scribe or mark rod through set screw hole once bar is level, you dont want bar to point up or down. remove bar with a file, drill bit, or grinder make a dent or flat spot on rod this is for later removal but not nesassary. thiss give the set screw a spot to dig in without marring the bar so you can get it out down the road but again not nesassary. reinstall rod leavel lock in place and install cable slide. PINK END GOES IN BOW

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    trying to post some pics

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      pink end in bow

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        full draw clearance from string stop

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          notice full draw position string is in line with arrow and cam!
          Last edited by bearfoot; 05-17-2012, 10:05 PM.

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            before
            Last edited by bearfoot; 05-17-2012, 10:17 PM.

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              Nice work man .. I feel this will help a lot of broad head and rest tunes dramaticly
              Elite Dealer Sports Center ​Vicksburg , MS 601-638-4262

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                after

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                • #9
                  FOB clearance?
                  Under Construction...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by hoefj View Post
                    FOB clearance?
                    FOB's are smaller than Blazers so it will be fine. I got my cable rod today, put it on and shot FOB's, feathers, and Blazers fine.

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                    • #11
                      Matt,
                      I installed the rod on my Answer but have a question.
                      The cable slide is about 3/16" away from the bend in the rod. I hesitate to bring the rod out any further for fear of loosing
                      the set screw's bite on the rod.
                      This position has the cable rubbing the string stop at full draw. I can sand the side of the stop for more clearance, or can
                      I leave it as is? Will it affect the cable motion forward?
                      2014 E32
                      2011 PULSE AP
                      TUNER OF BOWS BY LONG DISTANCE
                      Member of the JURY MEMBER OF THE LEFTY BROTHERHOOD




                      "If it ain't broke , I can MAKE it better".
                      Integrity is doing the right thing when no one is looking.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by archer58inPA View Post
                        Matt,
                        I installed the rod on my Answer but have a question.
                        The cable slide is about 3/16" away from the bend in the rod. I hesitate to bring the rod out any further for fear of loosing
                        the set screw's bite on the rod.
                        This position has the cable rubbing the string stop at full draw. I can sand the side of the stop for more clearance, or can
                        I leave it as is? Will it affect the cable motion forward?
                        as long as you have vane clearance 3/16 is fine you should be able to move it back though an 1/8 inch isnt much and you would not be as deep in the angel at full draw i found with some bows it will touch the rubber stop but dose not affect anything, its more important to remove torque than anything.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by bearfoot View Post
                          as long as you have vane clearance 3/16 is fine you should be able to move it back though an 1/8 inch isnt much and you would not be as deep in the angel at full draw i found with some bows it will touch the rubber stop but dose not affect anything, its more important to remove torque than anything.
                          Vane clearance is OK. I'll shoot it tomorrow.
                          thanks for the assist.
                          2014 E32
                          2011 PULSE AP
                          TUNER OF BOWS BY LONG DISTANCE
                          Member of the JURY MEMBER OF THE LEFTY BROTHERHOOD




                          "If it ain't broke , I can MAKE it better".
                          Integrity is doing the right thing when no one is looking.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by archer58inPA View Post
                            Vane clearance is OK. I'll shoot it tomorrow.
                            thanks for the assist.
                            no problem

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Rutnstrut View Post
                              FOB's are smaller than Blazers so it will be fine. I got my cable rod today, put it on and shot FOB's, feathers, and Blazers fine.
                              I will say though at brace it's very tight with Blazer and feathers.

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