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After waiting forever for Lancaster to get around to machining some so I can fit lighter limbs to my Hoyt GM2, and following advice from this forum - it's really dead EASY for non-handy guy like myself.

Got the bushings from ebay:



$8 a pair. They're "Bushing Bronze New 1/4 id x 3/8 od x 1/4lg Brass"

I couldn't find a "G" drill bit, so got a 6.5mm and just needed to hold the bushing with pliers and wiggle the hole to enlarge it slightly. Found a plastic cap to top the hole on the limb top.

My Black Max 25# limbs arrived (they scale at 22.5# at my 27.5" draw) and are now installed... so much happier!! I can really work on my form and digging it!
 

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??? Just looked at Lancaster's website and they're in stock and $2.50 a pair....
Those are just collars for Titans.

I'm talking about the TradTech ILF Limb Hardware Conversion Kit - which lo and behold are back in stock - for $17.99 a pair.

I had them on back order since December and got tired of waiting...

Luckily I made 3 pairs with my bushings so that will keep me happy for now... until I upgrade to ILF natively.
 
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