I hope you keep me updated about your first shooting results.
By the way, looks like it will take a while until the problem will be fixed by pse. So i decided to keep my tac here and handle the clearance problem by myself.
I fixed that pin problem 2 days after i bought the crossbow, now the pin will stay there till the end of my life
. (Those damn pin cost me an very expensive window)
I spend the first 2 days of my Christmas holidays to use an 3d laser measurement system (at my work) to get the exact numbers (the whole tac and the stock arrows - now i got 3d models
), here are the results - if someone interested:
The arrows (brand new arrow):
- the stock arrows are not fletched 120 / 60, they are at 55 / 125 on the shaft!
The bow (with an knocked new stock arrow - leveled x/y/z axis to the crossbow):
[The following numbers are based on the center of the arrow shaft]
- i need at least .28" to the y - cables
- i got only .228" to the cables
- it's not possible to move up the cams so far - it will, like Mike wrote, just reduce the problem
My plan is to fletch the arrows with 4" vanes. They got an profile height of .30".
I will fletch them 55 / 125, so the fletching will be only .019" over the radius of the shaft (in the direction of the cables) ---> problem solved.
I hope I do not loose accuracy. But I will post some pictures, if I'm done.