You'd be surprised how much you can tighten the rest of the serving and it's quite easy to move up or down.
I use beiter NP for years and moving serving with BH gauge (about 5mm of serving each time) without any problems.Now that I've found the correct position, I've already stripped off the temporary nocking points and serving and re-done it with the Beiter one. I might have to re-tune slightly, but it shouldn't be by much.
I can't imagine moving the serving and the Beiter NP, the serving is on really tight, that thing's going nowhere!!
Slightly incorrect. With inbuilt tiller, if you set top and bolts the same number of turns out the two limbs should balance showing a positive tiller. Usually between 2-6mm. If you set the tiller to zero, you will get some funny results as you are negating the inbuilt tiller.Re putting the limbs on upside down and getting a different tiller, this means the two limbs are different. I assume one will be marked "Upper", the other "Lower". The point is this means they are constructed with different poundages so that, when installed the right way up, they should be about right with 0mm tiller (i.e. the tiller measurement top & bottom will be the same, but in fact the two limbs have inbuilt tiller). So that's the base position ex-manufacture. You can shoot them with 0mm tiller and they should work well. If you them apply 2mm or 6mm tiller you are in fact applying additional tiller, beyond that normally needed to get the two limbs to act in unison.
If the riser pockets are at the same angle to the string as each other, and the limbs are identical, you get a sort of symmetry, yes?Not sure if it's relevant, but by setting tiller to 0, then putting the limbs on upside down, I got a +6mm tiller. So I guess that makes the "natural" tiller of the limbs -3mm (whatever that means)
I should have mentioned that what I was saying was with the limb bolts at exactly the same turns.Slightly incorrect. With inbuilt tiller, if you set top and bolts the same number of turns out the two limbs should balance showing a positive tiller. Usually between 2-6mm. If you set the tiller to zero, you will get some funny results as you are negating the inbuilt tiller.