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crossbow limb change help needed #6013492 11/06/15 01:42 AM
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busted tip on limb of Excalibur matrix 380 , was sent new limbs from Excalibur but no instructions on changing them , looks simple enough but was needing to know if and what amount of torque is required ?? any help I would be greatfull.

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Never had to replace one of those but a call to Excalibur tomorrow and they will give you that information. They not only have good products but good customer service from my few dealings with them.


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How did you do that? Any pics?

Never replaced mine but I think the screws have a set stopping point on them. You could check before installing.

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don't know how it happened I used the decoking arrow as I normaly do and when I dischared the arrow it sounded different then noticed the string was out of place and the tip was long gone , and its camo there was no chance of finding it , looks like the epoxy or whatever they use to hold them on came lose , that's all I can figure.

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