PSE Replacement Limbs

MartinD-35

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I have a 2017 PSE Bowmadness Epix that has a cracked limb. Looking to get a set of limbs to get it back up and running.

Does anyone know what other PSE limbs might be compatible?

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Have you called PSE? That way you know you get a set that's right, and new. May be plain black but beats nothing
 
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Talked to PSE a while back and all the rep said was that they don’t make limbs for it anymore and that’s are she was could offer.


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according to pse tune charts, any 863 limbs. browse other models to see what else might be compatible if you don't mind different limb decals.

There are several 863s available on eBay. They all have a second number designation after the 863. Not sure if that has any indication on whether they will work or not.

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I'm assuming you aren't the original owner?

PSE hasn't been great for keeping parts on hand after 4-5 years, but as a warranty feature they often offer a newer bow at a pretty good discount.
 

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That second number is the limb deflection. You’ll need to find a set with similar deflection numbers to keep the draw weight the same.
 
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That second number is the limb deflection. You’ll need to find a set with similar deflection numbers to keep the draw weight the same.

Fantastic! Any idea how I identify the deflection of my current limbs?


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I'm assuming you aren't the original owner?

PSE hasn't been great for keeping parts on hand after 4-5 years, but as a warranty feature they often offer a newer bow at a pretty good discount.

Yeah, I am not the original owner. I will give PSE a try again and see if they can get that info back to me.


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usually the deflection is marked on either the side or underside of the limbs under the limb pockets, which might require taking the limbs off the bow to see.
This is correct. Also they'll never be exactly the same but should be within a few numbers of each other.
 
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usually the deflection is marked on either the side or underside of the limbs under the limb pockets, which might require taking the limbs off the bow to see.

These are the numbers I have. Any thoughts on what the deflection would be?

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This is correct. Also they'll never be exactly the same but should be within a few numbers of each other.

Doesn't Pse use like a series to label their deflection?

Like a -29 is a deflection of anything from 113-122 and is a designation for 70# limbs?


Just cause they like to make things confusing.
 

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Doesn't Pse use like a series to label their deflection?

Like a -29 is a deflection of anything from 113-122 and is a designation for 70# limbs?


Just cause they like to make things confusing.
Thats correct. In a round about way.
 

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These are the numbers I have. Any thoughts on what the deflection would be?

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Those are the actual deflection numbers for those limbs. I think PSE uses a series which covers a range of actual deflection numbers, but the numbers don't correspond to each other. Or something like that. I don't mess with PSE much.
 

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triple digit is the actual deflection (ie. 148) per limb. double digit is the size (ie. 18). they are related to each other. higher the size, higher the deflection. based on these AT threads, i'm guessing your limb size is around 26, but 25 or even 24 should work if you don't mind the slight drop in poundage.
 

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Doesn't Pse use like a series to label their deflection?

Like a -29 is a deflection of anything from 113-122 and is a designation for 70# limbs?


Just cause they like to make things confusing.
This is one of the things that has always frustrated me with PSE when they started doing split limbs. They would come out with a bow then make a cam tweak and it’d could throw the limb deflections off. Or worse yet they’d discontinue parts after one or two years. Then you’d have to frankenbow to get it up and running. Basically the worst “lifetime” warranty in the business in my opinion.
 
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