I'm thinking about selling my Outback and getting a new bow after winter bow. I want to check out the Switchback LX, Trykon, and Tribute.
Some of Hoyts "short" 05 bows were having serving problems, especially those that went to an aftermarket cable slide. The factory Hoyt slide was recommended, because it didn't torque the fiber as much. I believe there also was an issue on some cams that had sharp edges that were cutting servings, especially when a thinner cable slide was used. That would cause the serving to catch those sharp edges. Some shooters were reporting broken servings, even with Winners Choice type fiber, in less than a couple of hundred shots.it wasnt a problem on Vtecs as far as I know
That's true to a point. Shooters today are spending more than ever and expecting more also.looks like ordinary string stretching to me which occurs on all bows that are shot on a regular basis