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Most reverse cam bows requiring use of a sled have the issue of the sled hitting the HHA dial when cocking with either a RCD or CCD.
HHA offers a spacer to move the dial outward from the bow. I find this spacer leaves the dial prone to possible damage due to the stand off distance from the side of the bow.

The photos show a more economical solution that raises the scope and HHA to allow for clearance of the sled. MOST bows can use the 13MM riser. The 26MM is a bit high for my eye relief. This allows the sled to go under the dial without collision and the dial not sticking out further. These are 3D printed and as strong as aluminum.
25 Bucks for either size. I have them in stock. comes with 4-40 allen screws and nuts.
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Yea, I want one for sure so add one to my TS370 to do list. Great solution!!!!

No need to buy a Ravin Jackplate to solve the HHA side wheel with interfering with he CCD rope cocking setup.... Score!
 
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