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    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?
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    Quote 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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    Quote 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.
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    Quote 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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    Quote 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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    Quote Originally Posted by Rutnstrut View Post
    I will say though at brace it's very tight with Blazer and feathers.

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    glade to hear it took alot of torque out of the bow and you were hitting 4.5" to the right after installation.

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