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I have 5 ross bows, 2-334,3-337, although two of the 337 are comp color and I have been waiting over 2 months to get them, all of them have and will have the limbdriver. Easy setup and set centershot to 3/4 inch, arrow level and bullet hole after bullethole. Awesome rest and awesome bows!
 

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I would like to try a limbdriver rest as well. Really like how the Ripcord performs on my CR337 thou. Easy to set-up, easy to tune, and is a containment and dropaway all in one.
 

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I love the limb Driver. I have it on my CR34. I use the two prongs. This way if the cord breaks I can still hunt. All you guys that use ANY other style drop away with a cord. Your hunt is over if the cord breaks.
 

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Checked out the limb driver at a local shop yesterday. What one do I need for my Ross CR337. The package said it was a Mathews model?? Is this the one I need??

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Yes, on my 331.

Best rest I have ever shot.

Yes, IMO a better rest than the Drop Zone without question. Flexible launcher, adjustable spring, better arrow support through better timing from being limb-driven, can still shoot if the cord breaks, quieter, etc.

Stupid simple to set up. Took me 45 minutes the first time, and that included removing old rest, installing limbdriver, adjusting appropriately, paper tuning, and walk back tuning.

GRIM, question for you... On my bow with the launcher arm set up with the bottom of the arrow 2/3 of the way up on the Berger hole (as recommended in the Ross tuning DVD), arrow set to perfect center shot, my nock point wanted to be 1/4" up from level... You said your bows seem to want level nock point with your limbdrivers. Maybe the 331 is a little different in that respect from the 334 and 337? Just trying to figure out why my setup might be a little different....

Checked to make sure, and the cam is in time since the set screw on the module is tangent to the limb like it should be. Any thoughts?
 

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Just did some checking of my limbdriver setup while eating lunch...

Bottom of shaft is 2/3 up on Berger
Nock point is 1/8" (not 1/4") above level

I know it was walk back tuned perfect before...
Made one small 1/32" adjustment to centershot when I did that.
Too cold outside to check walk back again today, so...

Just punched a couple holes through paper at 2,4,6,8...
Bullet holes at every distance.

Cam rotation is perfect.
ATA and BH measurements are exactly 31" and 7.75" respectively.

Can't get any better than that, so time to leave it alone.

One difference in my setup vs. others might be tied nock points.
I tie a 10 knot under nock and a 4 knot above nock.
D-Loop goes on either side of that.
Just like this:
http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=375122

Never had better arrow flight!

Not sure why the syntax of this thread is screwed up... :?
 

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Got my Limbdriver on my 337 yesterday, eyeballed left and right and set arrow level with the cablerod. 3 shots through paper and bulletholes. Can't ask for much else.
 

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mdewitt71 said:
what is so special about em?
I have never even seen one.............
Mike, from the way I understand it most dropaways lose contact with the arrow after the first few inches of travel upon release. The Limbdriver stays in contact with the arrow much longer, which should make it more accurate. I haven't got to shoot mine any except for paper tuning so I can't tell you my opinion, but I have heard alot of great things about them.
 

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RJ1 said:
mdewitt71 said:
what is so special about em?
I have never even seen one.............
Mike, from the way I understand it most dropaways lose contact with the arrow after the first few inches of travel upon release. The Limbdriver stays in contact with the arrow much longer, which should make it more accurate. I haven't got to shoot mine any except for paper tuning so I can't tell you my opinion, but I have heard alot of great things about them.
and its unique in the way it attaches to the limb and not the cables. I have heard nothing but good things. The only bad thing i see, would be how hard the rest "rebounds" off the shelf, it looks as if it almost touches the tail of the arrow. I saw this in one of the slow motion videos somewhere.
 
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I knew it attaches to the limb, I called it "funky" when I first seen it in an ad.
I will stick with my drop zone...........no problems with mine.
I never did like the idea of running that cord to a limb.
 

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Cougars09 said:
RJ1 said:
mdewitt71 said:
what is so special about em?
I have never even seen one.............
Mike, from the way I understand it most dropaways lose contact with the arrow after the first few inches of travel upon release. The Limbdriver stays in contact with the arrow much longer, which should make it more accurate. I haven't got to shoot mine any except for paper tuning so I can't tell you my opinion, but I have heard alot of great things about them.
and its unique in the way it attaches to the limb and not the cables. I have heard nothing but good things. The only bad thing i see, would be how hard the rest "rebounds" off the shelf, it looks as if it almost touches the tail of the arrow. I saw this in one of the slow motion videos somewhere.
That "rebound" was on an earlier model and, when setup properly, does not do that too badly.

Spot-Hogg has the best video out there on all the drop aways. The whammy got the best score but the LD was second. Issue is the whammy is a pain to tune and keep in time and I have read about many issues with them. I have not heard of one issue with the LD.

Check the video and your favorite rest...see if you can identify which is which.

http://www.watchtheoutdoors.com/showcas ... _hogg.html It is the top one out of the 3 "Presenting the Whammy"
 
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yea the video was already posted here and even in the video the Drop Zone rest performed well.
In fact, too well, I still see no need for me to change :)
 

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mdewitt71 said:
yea the video was already posted here and even in the video the Drop Zone rest performed well.
In fact, too well, I still see no need for me to change :)
I agree that the DZ did well...in fact if I recall it got 3rd. I actually have the DZ on my bows right now but all the hype has peeked my interest in the LD.

Not sure what the final veridct will be but I have not heard one bad thing about it. I want it for 3D, not for hunting.
 
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