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So I had to add some twist to my string to get to the brace height specs. What is the best way to keep it from untwisting or do you have to twist it every time you string it up. Thanks.
 

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Don't remove the top loop when you unstring the bow, just slide it down the limb instead. Keeps you from having to adjust brace height every time....
 

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If wax isn't enough to keep the strands together, a simple bread tie seems to work wonders. Either style works. Just clip or twist tie the loops to each other when you put the string away.

 

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When you unstring your bow slide the bottom loop off and hold it in one hand..don't twist it. Thennslide the top loop off and hold it with your other hand. To store the string without losing your twist do this...

Take the top loop and slide it over the bottom loop...and then squeeze the top loop closed and tuck it up through the bottom loop. Pull it up snug and it won't move. Fold the the whole string up as small as you want after that and it will not lose your spot. All you have to do is reverse it before you string it up the next time. Easy as pie..

Here is a link to Rick's video. This fella knows a few things about strings :)
 
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