When I'm stringing my rear derailleur (10sp DA) I thought I was supposed to clamp the cable on the in-board side of the clamp bolt. (As pictured)
However I had the derailleur installed at the LBS, and the mechanic guy says "Oh yeah, it is better to clamp the cable on the outside of the bolt" -something about it tends to want to bend the pulleys into the spokes a little over time, even with the correct limit adjustment.
He also clipped of the little "finger" deal on the washer of the clamp bolt for some reason while doing this. It operates fine as is; but I'm wondering, is this guy full of crap? I mean Shimano designed it to be on the inside I think, so what the hell?
Anyone else ever heard of this?