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I've looked online for a manual without any luck. I've got a Spig explorer 2 riser and I'm curious what are the max turns out I can safely go. I know my Hoyt Excel is 6 turns and my Morrison Pheonix is 5. Anyone know anything about the Spigs?
Thanks for your help. Scott
 

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Thanks InRoher, that's interesting. I have still haven't found out. Folks at Lancaster had nothing and I haven't found a way to get the arco/Spig website to come up in English so I could figure out who and how to email. For now I'll just stay conservative with 3-4 turns out. Should be ok with that.
 

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Pull the limb off and look at the bolt thread. Back it out till you are still fully engaged in threads(no bolt threads exposed). Count how many turns back in till it bottoms. You could also remove the bolt and measure the threaded length and mark it from bottom to 2x its diameter. This is if the threaded portion is longer then needed. You should be fine with 2x the diameter thread engagement, however your going to want to check ilf fitting bind as well.
 
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