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I don't know of anything on a DAS bow that you adjust for draw length. That's pretty much set by the dimensions of the riser and limbs.
Dave, respectfully, take any DAS or ILF bow with a set of limbs shorter than you normally shoot, say it stacks right at your draw length, bolts buttoned down, then turn both limb bolts out 3 or 4 turns, and it likely does not stack then.
You just effectively adjusted the bow for your draw length.
That is ONE of the beauteous features of ILF that a lot of folks do not take advantage of, or are not even aware of.
 

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Turning the limb bolts in or out will increase or decrease the poundage.
The length of the riser and limbs determine the draw length.
A set of mediums will work on a 21 inch for a 30 inch draw.
It would be better with longs.

I use the limb bolts to tune arrow flight.

Erich
 
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