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Old 10-03-05, 12:37 AM   #1
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Where did the click go? (Campy question)

I had to do a rear derailleur adjustment on my Campy Centaur gruppo. Definitely not as easy as Shimano. But it is shifting very smoothly now. However, I don't feel or hear as distinct a click in the right shifter as I think there was before the adjustment. (The left shifter has a nice crisp clcik when pressed). Any idea of what happened to the click?
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Muppets?
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I had to do a rear derailleur adjustment on my Campy Centaur gruppo. Definitely not as easy as Shimano. But it is shifting very smoothly now. However, I don't feel or hear as distinct a click in the right shifter as I think there was before the adjustment. (The left shifter has a nice crisp clcik when pressed). Any idea of what happened to the click?
The click is in the shifter not the derailleur. Maybe time to rebuild the brifters.

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If the click was there before the 'adjustment',the shifter did not just magically go TU.The G springs are what usually go and they gradually weaken. Muppets remain the prime suspect.
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