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  1. Warfin' Wall
    George D. Stout has it for TRADE on LW swap n trade thread..... not warfed. looks good. trade for set of 35 or 40 pound Sage (or other similar) limbs heads up
  2. Warfin' Wall
    I'm paying it forward and giving away this riser. It is in very good condition, just needs to be cleaned up a little and some ILF plates and you should be in business. There is a 5/16-24 threaded hole for a plunger, and two threaded holes for a recurve sight. There is also a bushing for a...
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    Sorry guys, I’ve searched the forums but still not sure, but if I use TT medium limbs on my Prolines (not moving limb bolts) - what string length should I order? The risers should be 21 1/4”. I’ve read several post but can’t tell if ones that mention length had been altered (LB moved), heck I...
  4. Warfin' Wall
    Have a great Proline riser that I’ve been using as a compound frankenbow. I had it powder coated and was looking into warfing it. I love how the Proline limb pockets are shaped pretty much just like ILF limb ends. When I disassembled it, though, I found this weird ridge where the limb bolts go...
  5. Warfin' Wall
    I'm considering moving in the limb bolts when I warf my Proline. For those that have done this, is it also necessary to shorten the limb pocket at all? It seems the proline limb pockets are generously long to begin with.
  6. Warfin' Wall
    For you folks who run proline warf risers, what brace height range is the norm with medium limbs? When I run mine down to 7", the string is still showing about an inch out of the groove down the end of the belly of the limbs. Should I be down the 6" + range? Thanks.
  7. Warfin' Wall
    Hi Guys I have a proline warf heading my way and I just wanting to know how many turns from max is the min preload setting?
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