The spot that I directly ran over was between the grip and the lower cam. Specifically, the swerve part of the riser.
I threw open the crushed bow case and found some bent arrows.. but I was RELIEVED to see a bow that was completely in-tact.
After inspecting the limbs, riser, cams, string, string-stop etc.. Everything looked good…Amazing nothing was wrong! Holding my breath, I drew the bow back.. Nothing bad creeked, or flexed, or broke so that was good news.. Then I hastily shot it 6 times and I was still hitting dimes out to 50 yds. So with a big sigh of relief, I put the bow in the back of the truck and I’m pretty sure that everything’s okay. I’ve said it before but I still can’t believe it.
I’d just like to thank the Prime engineers, management, and all those involved in the decision to use such strong aluminum. I know it probably wasn’t the easiest choice to use the 82X aluminum because it’s probably a lot more expensive than other aluminum but I’m extremely grateful that this choice was made. I’m right handed so the swerve on the riser was pointed up when my truck ran it over and it stood up to the test of a full-sized pickup, and I know that no other riser from any other company would have stood up to that level of abuse!
Thanks again for making such a great product and for not going cheap on any of your materials!
A happy Prime customer