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Old 08-11-2019, 02:42 PM
Jays toyz Jays toyz is offline
 
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Default Carbon icon cam spacer installed wrong?

I have a right hand carbon icon and after expressing my frustration to a friend that the sight is adjusted all the way left and the rest is adjusted to It's stop as well to get it to not tear paper. He pointed out the cam spacers look like they are on the wrong side of the cam. They are on the right side, making the string way out there on the left. Can someone look at theirs and let me know?
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Old 08-14-2019, 08:56 PM
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Sorry, just saw this now.

I went out to the truck and took some pics.

My spacer is on the right side, making the cam to the far left.

Top Cam







Bottom Cam





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Old 08-14-2019, 09:49 PM
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I have a right hand carbon icon and after expressing my frustration to a friend that the sight is adjusted all the way left and the rest is adjusted to It's stop as well to get it to not tear paper. He pointed out the cam spacers look like they are on the wrong side of the cam. They are on the right side, making the string way out there on the left. Can someone look at theirs and let me know?
I'm not super familiar with your bow but as a start it would be helpful if you mentioned what poundage you are drawing, what length you pull, what spine of arrow you shoot and what weight of tip your arrows wear.

It really could be as simple as you are shooting improperly spined arrows to the tip weight/arrow length and the fletchings aren't clearing the rest.

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