APA Stationary Rests
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  1. Fasten the main bracket screw (from bracket side Fig. la) just snug until height is set. (approximately half way in the oval slot.) Use the slot in the main bracket to adjust height so the arrow runs across the arrow rest mounting hole. Note: The top of the main bracket should be parallel to the cable rod. (Fig. 1 b) Tighten the main bracket screw.
  2. Insert the cradle into main bracket and adjust centre shot. Centre shot measurement should be approximately 3/4″ to 7/8″ from the riser to the centre of the arrow. Once correct centre shot is achieved, tighten screw (Fig. 2b)
  3. On stationary shoot-through rests there should be approximately 1/2 inch clearance between the top of the arrow shaft and and the cradle. (Fig.2a)
  4. Set the D-loop or nock set approximately 1/16 inch tail high. PLEASE NOTE: When the screw (Fig. 2b) is tightened on APA Safari Lite. the clearance is automatically set. Depending on fletching size and shaft diameter. additional clearance can be acheived by tilting the main bracket slightly. The cradle must be rotated on the APA Ultimate and APA Ultimate Safari to achieve the correct clearance between the top of arrow shaft and the rest. (Fig. 2a). To accomodate different arrow diameters, the cradle arm tips can also be spread or squeezed together. We recommend a gap of approximately 3/16″.
APA Twister
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  1. Fasten the main bracket with screw (Fig. 3a) at the top of the centre long slot in the bracket. Note: The top of the main bracket should be parallel to the cable rod. (as in Fig. lb)
  2. Insert an arrow through the cradle and onto the string.
  3. Rotate cradle by hand (Fig. 4b) and make sure clearance (Fig. 4a) is approximately 3/16″. At the same time make sure that the arrow is at 90 degrees to the string, or up to 1/16″ tail high at the arrow launch position as in (Fig. 4).
  4. If adjustment is needed to set proper clearance. loosen cradle-lock screw (Fig. 3c). and rotate cradle to set proper clearance and then tighten screw. Note: Screw (Fig. 3d) should be backed off at this time.
  5. To adjust centre shot, loosen screw (Fig. 3b) and use 7/64. Allen wrench to turn micro-drive screw (Fig. 3e). Centre shot measurement should be approximately 3/4″ to 7/8″ from the riser to the centre of the arrow shaft. Once correct centre shot is achieved, tighten screw (Fig. 3b).
  6. Install plastic slide and rope onto the cable rod. Insert rope into hole located by screw (Fig. 3d).

Tighten screw slightly so there is a bit of tension on the rope, but still allows the rope to slip under tension. Set the rope to lift the arrow into launch position at the last few inches of the draw cycle. This will ensure that the rope is not too short and over-pulling the arrow rest. Tighten screw (Fig. 3d).

Twister CD (cable drive Twister)
  1. Fasten the main bracket with screw (Fig. 5a) at the top of the centre long slot in the bracket. Note: The top of the main bracket should be parallel to the cable rod. (as in Fig. 1 b)
  2. Insert an arrow through the cradle and onto the string.
  3. Make sure clearance (Fig. 5d) is approximately 3/16″. At the same time make sure that the arrow is at 90 degrees to the string, or up to 1/16″ tail high at the arrow launch position as in (Fig. 5).
  4. If adjustment is needed to set proper clearance. loosen cradle-lock screw (Fig. 5e). and rotate cradle to set proper clearance and then tighten screw. Note: Screw (Fig. 5c) should be backed off at this time.
  5. To adjust centre shot, loosen screw (Fig. 5b) and use 7/64″ Allen wrench to turn micro-drive screw. (refer to 3e for location of screw). Centre shot measurement should be approximately 3/4 to 7/8″ from the riser to the centre of the arrow shaft. Once correct centre shot is achieved, tighten screw (Fig. 5c).
  6. Attach cable-drive rope to your top “Y” power cable using a D-loop knot. Insert rope into hole located by screw (Fig. 5f)
  7. Rotate cradle to the down position while pulling the rope taut. Keep rope taut and tighten set screw (Fig. 6a).
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