Ever do this?

Discussion in 'Doing It Yourself - Crossbow Maintenance' started by Stalker, Feb 27, 2018.

  1. Stalker

    Stalker Member

    I was getting a good bit of fuzz/fraying where the bumpers were hitting the string. I was getting tired of waxing and rubbing it back down every few shots. So to keep the string as light as possible and protect it. I served the 2 spots with some small .017 serving I have for endless loop strings. 20180227_002049.jpg
     
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  2. jacol84

    jacol84 Active Member

    Not yet, but it doesn't look like a bad idea.:)
     
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  3. Masboy

    Masboy Active Member

    X2! I don,t use them except on my power bow an taking them off it. I see them as just another thing to effect arrow flight as there never perfectly even as the string hits them.
     
  4. Stalker

    Stalker Member

    I was surprised how beat up the string was looking and figured I'd better put a stop to it!
     
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  5. 8ptbuk

    8ptbuk Active Member

    Looks good !
     
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  6. robertyb

    robertyb Member

    I have a rope cocker that grabs strings a little and cut a strand on a string so I served about 3/4 inch where it was hitting and solved that problem. This is on my Scorpyd DS. Strange thing is I rubbed a cotton swab all over the side of the cocker that was causing the problem and no cotton came off at all so it has probably smoothed itself out after a few shots but I am unwilling to take a chance and see.
     

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