Bigger issue is why the bow was sent out to be sold from elite with those original flaws....hopefully they correct the problem. BTW I don't think the two week wait ( so far) is that bad... However if it stretched much longer i
would say its an issue..
Shoot your GT and be happy. You would still be trying to contact most manufacturers at two weeks in...just saying.
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I sent my Answer in to be done in February. It had obvious finish issues on the limbs and cam posts that had started to shred the cable ends. They had it almost a month. When it came back; there was a note in the box from Dick telling me what he had done. New Limbs, cams and strings/cables. It was also perfectly timed and now shoots lights out. At the time I sent it in, there were 7 bows ahead of me. I have several other bows so didn't mind the wait; especially seeing as my bow is now darn near perfect!
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Id of taken it back to the dealers and demand one that does not have factory flaws. The part that concerns me is the "call back a day or two later". I have hung onto my GT in part for the hunt guarantee. If they dont call back for a day or two and I need the guarantee to get a warranty bow in the mail THAT day......well.
Im in the same boat I sent my answer in on march 16 for the same issue, the strings and cables were getting shredded, I want the thing back so i can shoot it with the nice weather we are having sounds like i will have to wait awhile
If they tell you up front 2 weeks and you get the bow back in 2 weeks, or even 15 or 16 days, then there is no problem. If they tell you 2 weeks and it is more then 15 or 16 days, then they should call you with an explanation, or yes, I'd call it unreasonable. Is there room to improve? Of course there is, nothing is ever perfect!
The problem with the Answers was due to poor quality control, certainly no fault of the purchasers. For the most part these are brand new bows being returned for service, under those conditions I feel an extra effort should be made towards a quick turn around.