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I am selling my 2011 Hoyt CRX 32 in 70 lb with 27.5" draw and #2 Fuel Cams sporting realtree camo pattern. I have a g5 meta peep, kisser and leeches served in right now. The bow was super tuned at Targeteers and also they specially served the cable to remove the cam lean that is known to be on the Hoyts. I shot no more than 200 arrows through it, killed a few deer but want something smaller. I am selling bare but the items served in will stay. I may entertain an offer for the full package if the price is right. I hope these links work as I cannot get on photobucket from work...

Looking for $650 OBO and I am located in Lumberton, NJ
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Please feel free to ask any questions and thank you,
Ryan
 

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specially served the cable to remove the cam lean ???

What exactly did they do so others can try it on their bows? or Did you mean to say they twisted up either side of the cable to reduce cam lean? If not how did serving help...

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I would imagine they served in the yoke after twisting one side to take the lean out. Not sure if Hoyt is using a floating yoke on the CRX or not but if they are and you serve it in after making adjustments it shouldn't move since the float isn't floating anymore.
 

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I would imagine they served in the yoke after twisting one side to take the lean out. Not sure if Hoyt is using a floating yoke on the CRX or not but if they are and you serve it in after making adjustments it shouldn't move since the float isn't floating anymore.
I didn't see him twisting anything at all, maybe when I walked away for a second it happened. All I know is that I went in with the bow wanting to put on consignment and then they took the time to tune it all up and fit it to me perfectly then she was money so I kept it for the season!
 

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I would imagine they served in the yoke after twisting one side to take the lean out. Not sure if Hoyt is using a floating yoke on the CRX or not but if they are and you serve it in after making adjustments it shouldn't move since the float isn't floating anymore.
Correct, that is what they did. You can also reverse the washers at the top of the limb and place the cables on inside of the now-reversed washer, against the limb instead of riding on the outside of the washer. This is an old Hoyt Cam & 1/2 tweekers trick to reduce the cam lean alittle.
 
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