12 Answer 70 LB AP
09 Z28 70 LB AP
I hear the string builder has made some changes so hopefully this will be less of a issue as time goes on.
No ifs and or buts Just maybee.
My Answer has a set of Baldys strings and around 400 shots with no problems at all. They look as tight as new.
Elite " E-500"
Good looking bow....
Be nice I'm a 'lefty'!!!
2010 BowTech Destroyer 340 Hardwoods HD
2013 Elite Answer AT Black/Max-1
Blackgold, G5, RipCord, Octane, CarbonTech, BuckNasty/CoreArchery & SitkaGear
I put on the Hove strings and now have no issues on my Answer. The peep has also been rock solid. Shoots great and really like the bow now that it it is set up. Would recommend new strings to anyone getting a new one.
First it's pretty tires, then it's pretty guns and bows....Next thing you know, you're shavin' your beard and wearin' capri pants
I had the same problem. The factory strings end loops are served with bow string. When you tune your bow by removing,twisting and re-installing your cables you are taking the tension off the end loops and then replacing the tension on them, this causes the bow string-serving to get a little loose, then eventually fray. Once your bow is tuned leave it alone. It is cosmetic and should be fine. If it bothers you make sure your next set of strings you get some where the end loops are served with something like the 0.007 HALO and you problems will be solved.