Limb Driver Pro V?

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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby LCA on Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:24 pm

ventilator wrote:Hey LCA, the NAP apache is a great rest too! I put one on my son`s bow. Whisper quiet. Priced great also.


I am going limb driven so that rules out the apache i guess.
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby Twizdd on Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:14 pm

Well, got my Pro V a couple days ago, slapped it on the Destroyer, threw 3 arrows at some paper, made a few adjustments, next arrow bullet holed. Shot 2 more for verification. Easy as he77 to setup and tune. Walk back tuned it today, she's shootin purdy. Thinkin I may replace the LimbDriver on my Z7 Mag with a Pro V now! Thanks for all the input guys!
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby Triton Rich on Fri Jul 27, 2012 5:43 am

Oh sure! Just when I think I've got my bows working like I want them to, you come along and make me want a new rest, thanks a lot! Glad to hear it Tony, I had a feeling that rest would be a winner.
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby ventilator on Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:27 am

Im still planning to hunt with the Pro V on my Strother Wrath. I have a Ripcord Code Red on my SX-1 tho. I have been a loyal ripcord user the last 5 years. I still may switch to the ripcord as im used to it. Ive had to keep an eye on the limb cord of the pro-v. It tends to slip a little after alot of shooting. Ive resorted to tying a knot in the cord below the set screw. Hasnt caused any real issues, i just hate for stuff to move! :)
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby Twizdd on Fri Jul 27, 2012 4:26 pm

I've had the driver cord stretch on my other Limb Drivers, after a few hundred shots, but have never had one slip. Do you think that it's an issue with the Pro V specifically? The cord that comes with the Pro V is a lil different than the original LD, wonder if that could be the difference. Either way, I'll keep an eye on it, thanks for the heads up.
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby Triton Rich on Fri Jul 27, 2012 6:22 pm

I've had cord stretch problems too. I solve that by pulling fairly hard on the cord after install then readjusting it.
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby LCA on Fri Jul 27, 2012 10:05 pm

The best thing to do to fix limb driver cord stretch is have a cord made from bowstring, i used to do that with my limb drivers and never had a problem.
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Re: Limb Driver Pro V?

Postby Twizdd on Sun Jul 29, 2012 1:08 am

Need some details on that LCA, like serving, how were the ends made, etc... Did you do it yourself or have Wes build em? Details, man, I need details! :D
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