Originally Posted by Colorado Rick
Not to negatively impact Tim's info, because I say why risk the damage to your bow, or more importantly yourself... I'll say this:
We replaced strings and cables about 3 weeks ago, and we are still making minor adjustments as of this weekend. You have 2 weeks to go. I would do as Tim suggests and see if your shop, (yeah I know it;s way the heck out there for ya), can reserve the loop. That is better than nothing at all, and certainly safer.
Put it this way...
If you get hurt... you could miss more than just an Elk hunt, (which you can always go and do again at some other point), you could miss out on me and Duane dropping one of those big ol Canadian Bears!
That would suck!
your guys are right,I have seen a bow blow up one some one and I don't want to happen to me.
I don't want to get hurt in the start of hunting season need to get some points for aour team
and can't have you miss out on a bear hunt either