bluelagoon10023: my vanes hit the bottom of my rest does that mean my nocking point is too
Ike's Outdoors: Anything is possible. I have seen stranger things knock a bow out of time.
If you had to much pressure on your downward cable at full draw it may pull
one cam out of time. I have never had a problem with this happening though.
Ike's Outdoors: @atwozed123 Try this one (take out the extra spaces) youtube . com
RussFlukeOutdoors: Not sure whether you are still answering questions but anyway. Shooting
these does the rooster vane go up, out or down? Cheers
MAIDEN068: i hear about a lot of issues with tuning these arrow rests, and people say
that if they are not tuned right, there will be fletching contact. how do
you tune it so that this doesnt happen? is it all about your knocking
Ike's Outdoors: @RussFlukeOutdoors rooster vane up works best with this rest
Andrew Zindilis: A lot of the setups are not filmed at close up
Ike's Outdoors: @civicblizz No offense taken. I am always willing to learn from others.
Thanks for the advice.
jZENO186: I have the 09 Admiral with the rip cord rest. When the rest is in the down
position, the launcer arms are hitting the riser shelf. This is preventing
the rest from going completly down and i am having clearance issues. What
do you reccomend?
Bowhunner22: @ikesoutdoors Thanks
Ike's Outdoors: @MAIDEN068 If they are not timed right they will have clearance issues. I
made a new video showing how to time them. You should be able to find it on
my channel. If you can't let me know and I'll send you a direct link.
Ike's Outdoors: I used the biscuit for a long time and was intimidated by the setup on
these fall aways. When the rep brought one into the shop and showed me the
set up I switched and never looked back. I love my Ripcord and they are a
great company to deal with.
Bowhunner22: Is it possible to knock a dual cam bow out of time with a drop away rest
like this? Since they use the pull of the downward buss cable? thanks
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