NOW WORKS WITH LARGE CAMS
AND ON BOWS UP TO 6º PAST PARALLEL
Logo stamped on the bracket indicates it is suitable for past parallel*
Split Limb L Brackets G2
This compact, light weight bracket provides a quick and easy attachment point for the Bowmaster Bow Press. The L design presses from the limb tips and compress the limbs in much the same way as when the bow is drawn. This new design works on a wide variety of bows, including those up to 6º past parallel. They work equally well on both solid and split limb bows and also work on bows with flared limb tips
The NEW Bowmaster G2 Split Limb L Brackets are longer than previous versions and are designed to fit large cams like those on the newer universal fit compound bows. Like the 2015 version of the Split Limb L Brackets the new G2 L Brackets will also work on bows up to 6 degrees past parallel.
The Split Limb L Brackets are available in 2 widths. The standard width L Brackets will fit a maximum cam width of 3/4”, which will cover about 95% of the bows on the market. The wide width will fit a maximum cam width of 1 1/8” which are intended for bows with wide cams like some models from Alpine®, Bowtech® and Diamond®
* The Bowmaster logo stamped on the brackets indicates that they are suitable for use on bows up to 6º past parallel. Do not use on bows in excess of 6º past parallel. Older Split Limb L Brackets without the Bowmaster logo should not used on past parallel limb bows.
NOTE: Previous version of the Split Limb L Brackets will not fit bows with extremely large cams like those on the Bear Apprentice, Bear Cruzer, Diamond Infinite Edge, Hoyt Ignite, Mission Riot, Mission Craze, Quest Radical and other bows like them. These are all universal fit compound bows with wide adjustment ranges for both draw length and draw weight.
Is my bow past-parallel? (see pictures)
Here is an easy way to tell if your bow is past parallel at rest. Below are photos of two different bows. Putting a piece of paper up to the limb with one edge of the paper parallel with the string, makes it easy to see the angle of the limb. The picture on the left is of bow that is not quite parallel as you can see by the yellow line. The picture on the right is of a bow that is definitely past parallel. We do not have any adapter at this time that will work on a bow with past parallel limbs like the bow pictured here on the right.