Bowmaster Split Limb
Adapters known issues
Bowmaster split limb adapters WILL NOT work on most bows
that are beyond parallel or past-parallel AT REST.
Some manufactures describe their bows as past-parallel (e.g.
Hoyt Maxxis) but they are only past-parallel when drawn.
The new adapters WILL work on bows with limbs up to
parallel at rest.
The exception to the past-parallel rule is the Mathews
Monster. The blocks on the tops of the
limb tips of the Monster hold the adapters in place and keep
them from sliding toward the ends of the limbs. While many
of the PSE X-Force bows are past-parallel at rest, not all of
them are. For example, the X-Force SS models that we have
seen are not past-parallel at rest, while every X-Force GX we
have seen is past-parallel at rest.
the past-parallel issue, the new adapters WILL NOT work
on most of the PSE X-Force models and the Bear Attack
and Assault model bows.
AXEL MOUNTED ON TOP OF THE LIMB
(Destroyer models by BowTech)
using a pillow block bearing on the tops of the limb tips of
their new Destroyer model bows. The new Bowmaster split
limb adapters WILL NOT clear the axel and should not be
used on these bows.
BOWS WITH FLARED LIMB TIPS (Some
Bear model bows)
Some of Bear
Archery’s bows have flared limb tips. The new Bowmaster
split limb adapters WILL NOT work on bows with flared
YES, THEY DO
The new split limb adapters do work on solid limbs, center pivot
limbs, parallel limbs, narrow limbs and wide limbs.