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    Question Hoyt Sypder turbo limb splintering.

    Is anyone else having problems with there Hoyt limbs splintering? My bow has it on the upper and lower limb.

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    No problem so far. What grain arrow younshooting and whats the lbs?

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    I am shooting 65 lbs with about a 410 grain arrow.

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    I would contact Hoyt and see if it is a flaw doesn't sound right.


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    I have a spyder turbo for this season. I am hoping mine don't splinter!!!
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    Has someone dry fired it, possibly without your knowledge? That is the go-to explanation for cracked or splintered limbs.


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    Know ones dry fired my bow that i know of, it just seemed to splinter the first three weeks i had it. I called Hoyt and got the limbs replaced with the warranty.

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    I have one and no problem with mine. Call your dealer or Hoyt customer service and they'll take care of you!

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    I think they are the same style limbs as the elements. If so, the splintering is common and you just need to take some nail clippers and clip it off.

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    I would get in touch with Hoyt, and have them replaced.

 

 

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