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I ran into this problem after getting my bike back from a basic tune-up. It was especially bad for the 3 largest cogs. After over an hour of investigating and tinkering I discovered this gem from the Shimano Derailleur Installation Manual Some tension pulleys have an arrow on them to indicate the direction of rotation. In such cases, install the pulley ...


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These 2 videos from Art's Cyclery on YouTube will cover everything you need, they've helped me a great amount with my own Shimano chainset. ...


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If you take this bicycle to an LBS asking them to fix this, chances are they will try spraying the guts of the shifter(s) through every opening using something like WD-40. Since WD-40 gums up after it dries, I'm not sure I'd use that; maybe this video will be helpful. You can also try lubing the cables by squirting lube into the end(s) of the housing. I ...


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If you're bike is properly assembled, and fitted, then your problems rest not in the bike, but likely in your foot position and your pedal stroke. First, I would have your bike fit assessed to determine if you're riding the right sized bike, and that the saddle is properly adjusted. If the bike is properly fitted, then you need to change the position of ...



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