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    Tips on Care and Upkeep

    We will be posting different tips and techniques to keep your TenPoint bow in top shape. If you have a good tip, share it here. We'd love to hear what works for you too.
    Randy Wood
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    RE: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    TenPoint Crossbow Technologies“Early Bird” Tune-Up Specials Offer Valid April 1, 2006 through July 31, 2006

    TenPoint Crossbow Technologies is pleased to announce a 10 - 20% reduction in price for “Early Bird” crossbow tune-ups. Prices for this special offer are:

    String & Cable Tune-Ups Including Labor*
    (TenPoint recommends replacement of the string & cables every three years.)

    Pro Elite, Elite QX-4 & Elite Lite $64.00 ($11.50 Savings)

    Elite, QX-4, Elite X-2, Stealth X-2, Hybrid Lite, $60.00 ($12.50 Savings)
    Magnum X-2, Turbo X-2, Turbo Extreme &
    Magnum Extreme

    Titan TL-4, Titan II, Titan SE, Woodsman, $52.00 ($12.50 Savings)
    Woodsman SE & Woodsman Plus
    *Huntsman, Huntmaster & 458 Magnum owners please call for a quote.

    ACUdraw (A/D) & ACUdraw 50 (A50) Tune-Up (Parts Only)
    (Special available only on A/D & A50 units sent back to factory for repairs)

    A/D Replacement Power Spring (post ’98 models) $12.00 ($3.00 Savings)
    A/D Replacement Cord $12.00 ($3.00 Savings)
    A50 Replacement Power Spring $12.00 ($3.00 Savings)
    A50 Replacement Cords (pair) $12.50 ($3.50 Savings)

    Trigger Replacements/Upgrades Including Labor
    (Special available only on crossbows sent back to factory for repairs)

    PowerTouch™ Trigger replacement $135.00 ($12.50 Savings)
    PowerTouch™ Trigger upgrade-MIM parts $68.50 ($8.00 Savings)
    DropLatch™ MIM Trigger Finger upgrade $20.00 ($8.25 Savings)
    RollerTouch™ Trigger Finger upgrade $30.00 ($8.25 Savings)

    Miscellaneous Repairs

    Labor Rate per Hour $30.00 ($5.00 Savings)

    Crossbows will be checked over completely before reshipment.
    Please complete and submit the Return Authorization Request form on our website or call 330-628-9245 for a Return Authorization Number prior to shipping your crossbow.
    Randy Wood
    Director of Customer Experience
    TenPoint Crossbow Technologies

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    RE: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    Keep in mind you should change your strings, cables and Acudraw cord every 3-4 years. This is a great time to do it and save a little money as well.
    Randy
    Randy Wood
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    Re: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    Hi Randy. Another Canadian question,can you receive and ship back crossbows originating in Canada? Also,I am guessing that I will be paying shipping both ways? Oh and one more,does the PSE Maxim (titan) qualify for these deals?

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    Re: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    Chevy454,

    We try to have repairs done in Canada for our Canadian customers. We have a couple of people we rely on - one in Ontario and one in Quebec. Both gentlemen do warranty repair work for us, but non-warranty work will be charged at their shop rates.

    As far as the earlybird special pricing, that cost is if the bow comes back here to the factory. Shipping crossbows into/out of the country is very touchy, especially with a scope on the crossbow. My recommendation is to deal with one of our Canadian contacts.

    Jack Richard in Ontario
    email: bowshoot@execulink.com
    phone: 519-454-8166

    Rene Chevalier in Quebec
    email: arc-o-tec2004@qc.aira.com
    phone: 450-963-5988

    Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

    Barb

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    Re: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    454,
    As for the Maxim, yes, in the US it would qualify for the Titan early bird because it runs off the same string and cable system. The only real difference between that bow and the old Titan is the camo.

    The two Canadian repair guys have gone through some pretty extensive training with us, so they can handle most any problem.
    Randy Wood
    Director of Customer Experience
    TenPoint Crossbow Technologies

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    Re: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    Thanks Randy and Barb. Maybe one day Alberta will allow crossbows into the archery season and and have enough demand to justify a repair shop in western Canada. Thanks for the info!

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    RE: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    I bought my Stealth X-2 four years ago and it shoots absolutly perfect. I love the accuracy! My biggest problem is ruining bolts when I practice because I keep splitting them. If I send the bow in for a tune-up and replace the strings and cables will it shoot differently than it is currently set-up for???

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    Re: Tips on Care and Upkeep

    Cityboy,

    About the only change you might have to make would be on elevation. You'd be right back in where you're supposed to be weight-wise. 4 year old string & cables will loose speed & poundage so you will probably hit a little high with new ones - as long as they're put on correctly.

    Barb

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    RE: Tips on Care and Upkeep



    Barb,</p>

    I purchased a &quot;new in the box&quot; QX-4 Elite back in January of this year (2007). Currently, I have onlytaken less than 50 shots. However, sincethis particular model was last manufactured in 2005, should the string and cables be considered to be two years old and due to be changed next year.</p>

    Also, I've noticed, that althoughI'vetaken less than 50 shots with it, thatbothend servingsof the cables,where they wrap around the cams,are separating, with one strand loose and unravelled. Is this a safety issue and shouldIbe concerned, and therefore should the cables be replaced?</p>
    L.P.

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