Tuning question

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by BIGROB6480, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. BIGROB6480

    BIGROB6480 Weekend Warrior

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    So long story short, my chill got a small crack in the one of the limes. I did not take a pic sorry but when I found it this morning shooting I ran it up to the pro shop like it was my son being rushed to the hospital :lol: by the way they said it was total covered and I should get new limbs in 3 days and should have it back with in the week. Thanks Adams archery, best bow shop around.

    Now for the question, do u guys think I am going to have to re-tune the bow, paper, walk back, re-sight etc.
     
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    soccerdan90 Grizzled Veteran

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    Thats odd. I just found a splinter on my ballistics lower limb as well

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    BIGROB6480 Weekend Warrior

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    mine was on the top I have googled this and cant find anything about chill limb problems and the bow tech at the pro shop asked all the other tech if they have had any chills in with splintered limbs and none of them has seen one yet, besides mine. I know these happen but Mathews backs it product.
     
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    tfarah22 Weekend Warrior

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    Thats awesome that they will replace it. Hopefully you don't have a continuing problem. Per your question, hypothetically no, but usually when you tear something apart to that level and change parts it will not be 'exactly' the same as before. I am thinking it will need some minor changes. But I have never had that problem myself, so just a guess.
     
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    DCthebowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I'd check it to be sure.
     
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    maxpetros Grizzled Veteran

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    I personally would re tune just to be safe but good that they back their products
     

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