I have a bike with a BB92 Bottom Bracket and would like some input on adjusting the front derailleur to consistently move the chain between the small and big chain rings.
Front derailleur is a top-pull, high mount, SRAM X9 for 2x10 speed that is cabled to SRAM XX Gripshift front shifter. Cable tension is as tight as I can manage for the wonky cable routing and limited space.
Crankset is a Rotor REX 3.2 with ovalized rings (38/26T). Both crank arms were spaced according to Rotor installation instructions and would be physically unable to move any closer inboard due to chainstay clearance concerns.
Chainline looks to be 60mm to the outer chain ring from the centerline of the BB shell.
When attempting to shift from small ring to big; I can apply light force to the inside of the derailleur to complete the shift.
If I don't apply light force; the derailleur will move the chain toward the big ring, but will then only drag across the ramping pins. It physically cannot move any further outboard enough to catch and pull the chain up onto the ring.