Just wondering how many have had success getting rid of their right tear by swapping the limbs from top to bottom. I have a consistent right tear (about 1-1.5") with the bent cable rod and with the stock rod. Never noticed it much, because I walk back tuned and shot field points accurately to 70 yds. My grim reaper expandables also shot very well out of it. I tried shooting my first fixed blades (Slick Tricks) and I really saw how bad the arrow was flying. I'm not talking about a couple of inches off target......my field points will hit x's, but the broadhead went about a foot to the left of the target and totally missed everything and I could see the arrow kicking during flight. I decided to shoot through paper at that point to see what it would look like and immediately noticed a considerable right tear. Tried moving centershot and changing my grip a bunch of different ways, but no improvement. Tried 300 spine, 340 spine and 400 spine with varying weighted tips...still no luck. Had my brother shoot it as well as the owner of an archery shop and still the same right tear. I've searched some of the older posts and saw a lot of folks suggesting to swap the top and bottom limbs. It does look like the top limb is twisting significantly while standing behind the bow at full draw. Does the limb swap usually do the trick? Right now the cable side looks to have some pretty thick shims. Would it help to reverse the shims too? Looking for some input from the tuning gurus on here.