Thought I'd post here before buying new... Looking for ILF limb pads for a DAS riser.
Or I'd be willing to trade the DAS plates for the ILF plates (these are from my lightly used Gen 2 riser -- the hardware and rubber pads are in fine shape).
I was visiting on phone with Mike Walker today, the question comes up - - neither of us with an ELITE in hand today....
Are the LIMB PADS same for Elite and GEN1 / Gen2 - in can you take them off one model and stick on the other interchangeably?
Next question, if buying them from 3Rivers today...
Emailed 3rivers for information about replacing worn DAS limb pads on one of my gen2 risers. The rubber pads are available so you do not have to remove the plate screw which I read can be difficult. I asked about adhesive and he recomended a good rubber based contact cement. I plan on using...
I’m pretty sure this is a non issue, but I’ve recently heard about das limb pads having some issues with bending. I’m currently running a 17” Das riser with 60# medium recurve limbs, (60” total), and was wondering if these limbs are too heavy for this set up. I haven’t had any issues...
I just received new DAS limb pad assemblies which I'm going to use to replace the ones on a Gen 1 riser. It looks like a straight forward process, but I thought I'd see if anyone has experience doing this. Wondering if it is recommended to use thread lock.
I recently purchased a used 17" riser. It came with some DAS limb pads in addition to ILF pads on the riser, but one of the rubber pads on the aluminum DAS connection is partially torn off. I did a search on here and found some info about 3 Rivers selling just the polyurethane pads for $20, but...
Going to try replacing my springy rest with furniture pads this week. See how it works out. The riser is a TT Titan, so the shelf is flat and this seems to be the most practical way to 'shoot off the shelf' I have heard.
But I started wondering, how may people are doing this? As in, this is...
LAS is completely out of the clear plastic ILF limb pads. I even contacted John and the showroom directly just in case either had a set or two laying around.
Does anyone have an idea where I can get another set of these?
Any way to keep them flat? As I shoot they pucker up in the middle. Has no affect, just an unsightly visual.
I tried barge cement and then Gorilla glue. The Gorilla glue was not prepped all that good I guess and maybe that is why it lifted. I should have cleaned it better.
Where do you fellows get the rubber pads for your warf DAS bows?
I ordered a set of pads from 3Rivers. To my surprise, they only sell the entire pad assemblies: metal base and rubber pad. They do no sell the rubber pad by itself.
Options: 1- make one yourself, how?
2- remove the one...
Not trying to be picky but I know from previous Threads concerning the installation of ILF limbs with DAS inserts in an old Hoyt TD riser that- you put a rubber or felt pad in the bed of the limb pocket.
Any suggestions for the material and thickness? I have some rubber washers about 1/8" thick...
If you have a set of limbs that are to heavy, something like 4-6#.
Would it be feasible to send them back to the maker and have them reduce the angle for less pounds?
I'm sure foam core you couldn't but wood carbon limbs?
I was looking at the limbs pads on my Elite and noticed they were pressed down at the point where the limb meets the limb pad.
Based on the following pictures, does the pad look like it needs to be replaced