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    Man we got seven on the board now and one is an administrator and the other is a visiting administrator. Where is all the policing when we really need it? When the wild bunch rides through the board.
    Dave Nowlin
    Murphy's Law Works Even Better In The Woods!!!
    In order to be forgiven, we must forgive.
    LimbDriver Pro Staff
    2006 Suzuki King Quad
    If God is your Co-Pilot, move over and let Him drive!!!

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    Dave,, you need a hobby,,, LOL
    2012 Elite Answer

    As Iron sharpens Iron., So one man sharpens another...Prov:27:17

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    • #3
      if your that bored

      you could help out us green horns and post precisely how to supertune our new rigs. I can tune rest and such but am new to cam timing and string twisting and such.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ybuck View Post
        you could help out us green horns and post precisely how to supertune our new rigs. I can tune rest and such but am new to cam timing and string twisting and such.
        That's a great idea. Come on super Dave. Right up a binary cam super tuning guide for us mere mortals with all that free time you have.
        Elite Fire, AT, 60 lbs.
        Elite Ice, AT, 60 lbs. Gone
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        • #5
          I learned on AT that when you do that you help some and get attacked by others who insinuate you don't have a clue what you are talking about. My friend Crackers once told me Dave you will learn to not post so much and let others PM you when you are trying to help. He said he too had been attacked when trying to help others in an open forum. I will make a simple offer to all of you. If you need help, PM me with your phone number if you live within the United States and I will call and help you. I will be patient and spend as much time with you as you need. I don't know how to be fairer than that. I have unlimited long distance which I pay for monthly through my home office business, so the call is free to both of us. Since adopting this policy I have had over 2,500 PMs. I help BowTech and Elite owners as well as those who have LimbDriver rests.
          Dave Nowlin
          Murphy's Law Works Even Better In The Woods!!!
          In order to be forgiven, we must forgive.
          LimbDriver Pro Staff
          2006 Suzuki King Quad
          If God is your Co-Pilot, move over and let Him drive!!!

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          • #6
            WOW! That's quite an offer--you're a good man
            QUICKDRAWKINKER
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            • #7
              Dave, if I send you my GTO, after I get it, will you perfect it for me? I'll include the 1000 grain arrows I'll be shooting at full length so you can play around with cutting them down to find that sweet spot. They have a double shaft so it's a bit of a trick to cut 'em down, but I have faith in you.
              -Extremist

              Victory in life is to die for what you were born to do
              "Pain is weakness leaving the body"- unknow
              "I hope you life forever" -300

              Bowtech Tribute, 102.5lbs.
              O.L Adcock ACS CX, 74lbs @ 30"
              old PSE Mach 4, 140lbs.

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              • #8
                I'm kind of funny about that. Once I start doing things like that I need liability insurance. We live in a world today where no one accepts responsibility. If I work on someone's bow for money and they have a problem later, even after they have worn out that string and cable and replaced it themselves, I would probably be lucky enough to get blamed. I take this stance on good advice, my youngest son is an attorney. I help people learn to work on their own bows. A bow tuner can't follow you around and always be at your beck and call, unless you are your own bow tuner. If you go to Africa and somehow cut a string or cable, hopefully you'll have a spare set with you and can change your own and retune your bow if you know how. You are the third post I have received since coming here where someone wanted to send me a bow. If you drive to my house, I will do it for free and show you what I do and explain why. I've done that for some Elite owners. But please don't ship me a bow. If you aren't coming here and desire help please PM me with your phone number and we''ll get started teaching you how to work on your bow. If you don't have the tools or some basic mechanical savy, please send your bow to my friend Mike Carter (Crackers). I got a doctor friend who lives in Nevada to send his Envy to him. When Mike was finished, his bow was at 80% let-off, the draw length was dead on (not 1/2 inch long) & the bow met the published speed specs. Mike does this for a living, I don't. If you want to ruin a great hobby, try to turn it into your livelihood.
                Dave Nowlin
                Murphy's Law Works Even Better In The Woods!!!
                In order to be forgiven, we must forgive.
                LimbDriver Pro Staff
                2006 Suzuki King Quad
                If God is your Co-Pilot, move over and let Him drive!!!

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                • #9
                  There is one other thought that has occurred to me. I can't draw a 100# bow to save my life. Most of us mere mortals can't.
                  Dave Nowlin
                  Murphy's Law Works Even Better In The Woods!!!
                  In order to be forgiven, we must forgive.
                  LimbDriver Pro Staff
                  2006 Suzuki King Quad
                  If God is your Co-Pilot, move over and let Him drive!!!

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                  • #10
                    Dave

                    How are you Dave? I haven't talked to you in a while.Hope all is well. I can see you won't be hard to find on this forum. Thats a good thing guys.Dave knows his stuff on these Binaries.He helped me figure these out when I first got them.

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                    • #11
                      That's why I'm here to help people. I joke around some, I just can't help myself, buy my main reason for being here is simply to help. Archery is such a great sport and the helping sharing attitude in archery is more prevalent than in any other sport I have participated in.
                      Dave Nowlin
                      Murphy's Law Works Even Better In The Woods!!!
                      In order to be forgiven, we must forgive.
                      LimbDriver Pro Staff
                      2006 Suzuki King Quad
                      If God is your Co-Pilot, move over and let Him drive!!!

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                      • #12
                        bow tune

                        I have followed both daves,and crackers threads on at and agree you both have been a valuable asset to the archery community.I think it would be best if more people would learn to tune there own bows instead of sending them off to someone else. I work in a pro shop and you would be amazed at how many bows are traded off because they are not intune properly,especially hoyts. Then even after talking to the customer telling them you can fix the bow they still want to trade for a new bow because the new bow is smoother quieter,ect and the only thing wrong with the old bow is it is out of tune.
                        There will alwys be people that dont want to work on there own stuff,but if you are remotley mechanically incline you can learn to work on bows effeciantly.
                        I think you will get more satisfaction from archery in if you do your own work.Makeing your own strings,tuneing your own bow,fletching your own arros ect.
                        Anyway that is my thoughts,great work you do dave,love the limb driver rest,i think you deffintly picked the right horse there.
                        steve

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