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    New Turbo GT Crossbow

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    New Turbo GT Crossbow
    I have two quick questions regarding my new Tenpoint Turbo GT Crossbow assembly. With the Bowjax barrel dampeners: flat sides down with no spacers correct? The other question is what is the proper lube for the cable saver as one place for the Turbo GT recommends string wax while another states rail lube? Have two previous Tenpoint crossbows: Profusion and old Hunter both great but was time to upgrade. Great customer service with good people.

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    Either will work on the cable saver, but a soft string wax will stay effective longer.

    Yes, flat side down on the barrel dampeners. You are enjoying the shorter and lighter bow I am sure!

    Good luck in the woods!
    Randy Wood
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    Good luck in the jungle!

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    Thanks for the info! Still love my Profusion as well.Finally got everything assembled. Fantastic trigger Got it hitting a 1 inch circle at 30 yards.

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    Thanks for the share

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    I'm thinking of getting the Turbo GT, has anyone had any major problems with them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grasty View Post
    I'm thinking of getting the Turbo GT, has anyone had any major problems with them?
    Nope!! Love it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grasty View Post
    I'm thinking of getting the Turbo GT, has anyone had any major problems with them?
    I had to send mine back because the whole top section was slightly loose after a little use. They added some shims and got it back to me. The whole time with shipping both ways I think was six days. Other than that I love it. I learned the hard way not to leave it cocked for days at a time. The string stretched a little and my zero shifted. A couple deer fed the critters instead of me. But after that I now check my zero a couple times during the season to make sure nothing is shifting.

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