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When I unpackaged my limbs there is a stuck on plastic sheet that I don't know if I should remove or not. Called Lancaster and he had to check and then came back and said it doesn't matter. I really don't know if that's true. Help please. The label is actually under one. On or off?
 

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Either way is fine, really. I leave mine on unless there is an issue with fit. It does help keep the limbs from developing wear and perhaps improve resale value. The limb sticker is a separate sticker attached to the limb butt. It ought to stay put when you peel off the plastic sheet.
 

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Their cosmetic.
Leave or remove,it doesn't matter.

I tend to remove everything,then read the instructions.
I'm probably not the best person to get advice from.
Good value though.

John.
 

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Those clear plastic pads should be left on if you have the clearance when fitting the limbs to your riser. They will help deaden noise and will afford protection where the limb butts contact the riser. If you don't have clearance, they can be removed without hurting the limbs. Your choice.
 
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