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Old 08-13-09, 10:12 PM   #1
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Shimano 2/3 shifter

I had to replace my worn Tiagra 2 speed shifter. The LBS had a pair of 105's take off's at a great price. These shifters are typically listed as 2/3 speeds. Because I'm replacing a two speed, would I need to modify the left shifter in any way to work on a two speed vesus a three speed?
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No just adjust the FD limits as indicated for the double chainwheel and the triple
brifter will work fine. Triples have actually four positions, with the middle two
being about 2/3 or a bit less of a full shift to give you some vernier on the chain
position in the FD cage reducing chain rattle at the ends of the cassette.
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