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Old 09-11-2017, 03:20 PM
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Originally Posted by djdj View Post
Call me conservative, but I'd rather take the chance of greater wear on a small, relatively inexpensive part like a cable, g spring or carrier than risk clipping the r der with the spokes, which could cause much more damage. I set my limit screw so the der climbs quietly onto the largest sprocket and stops right there.
Nope, smart. Regardless of limit screw, if you can push rear der with thumb and it tickles the spokes, turn the limit screw further in till it doesn't. Assuming straight der hanger, of course.
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