Hey guys just getting started but need some help.

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  1. Kegan Hannah

    Kegan Hannah Newb

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    40784704-2131-489F-A8B9-BC00E25774D8.jpeg F1947531-3114-4B55-8D74-FBC053DFEA4A.jpeg 2DF8FA8A-E1AD-4E63-9F51-5AE6D3368996.jpeg CA50160C-AF43-44FC-9827-7EE1CB46BE59.jpeg First off I have been wanting to start bowhunting for a long time just couldn’t afford it so I finally got one from my brother it’s a bow tech and that’s all we know it does have the serial number B012280-076 so if someone could help narrow it down I would appreciate it greatly
     
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    Can you take pics of the limb graphics and also measure the length from axle to axle, and the brace height? Share those specs and I’m sure I can tell you what it is.
     
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    I’m pretty sure it’s a Tomkat but I could be wrong.
     
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    Yea it is my brother and I searched all over the internet looking at every single cam Bowtech it took awhile but finally decided it was a tomkat an 05 I think but I very much appreciate your help. I do have another question if you don’t mind, my draw length is 26.5 and this has the N3.5 module on it and it’s a hair to long for me now I have tried adjusting the stop post bolt but it’s either to long or not enough let off what module I would need to get and how much do they usually cost thank you again.
     
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    kjstaudt86 Weekend Warrior

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    Do you have a local bow shop (archery shop) near you? They would be able to help you and adjust the model to fit your body.
     
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    Yes I will try there but I really like doing stuff myself I guess there are somethings better left to professionals I guess thank you
     
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