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When the Centerest Flipper is installed, is the arrow meant to make contact with the plastic "plunger pad" or is the arrow meant to just sit on the flipper wire with no other contact?

If I follow the instructions and keep it all level, the arrow slides on the wire to where the bend is and has no contact with "plunger" pad. If I tilt the Flipper rest upwards slightly the flipper arm points up slightly and the arrow now contacts the plastic plunger pad.

So what is correct?
 

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It is meant for the arrow to rest against the bump. I found I had to cut the bump off to get my arrow close to center shot and tune my arrows. I ended up covering the expose spring with leather for wear purposes.
 

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I have one on my Cobra and I turn it so the wire is slightly upward so the arrow stays in contact with the pad.
 
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