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Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Sterling VA
Bikes: 70 Atala Record Proffesional, 00 Lemond, 08 Kestrel Evoke, 96 Colnago Master Olympic, 01 Colnago Ovalmaster, 76 Raleigh Gran Sport, 03 Fuji World, 86 Paramount, 90 Miyata CF, 09 Ritchey Breakaway CX, Bianchi Trofeo, 12 OutRiderUSA HyperLite
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Thanks! It was the limit screws - DOH!
Originally Posted by BrianN
From the drivers seat;
Right side - Front dérailleur
Middle - Rear dérailleur assuming your routing runs down the seat stay. There should be two stops on the seat stay.
Left side - rear br.
There are two screws on the FD? I think the upper one is used to adjust over travel. You might try backing out that screw before looking into another dérailleur.
Congrats on the new bike!
Now I'll save the $ by having more parts on hand.
I'm excited about the new build! I did buy some Modolo Morpheous STI shifters that I always wanted to try but may end up using the bar end adapters and indexed 7 speed DT shifters. I have a nice adjustable stem/handlebar combo with Cane Creek SCR5 levers. I picked up new Deore long cage RD, and have a slim titanium rail saddle (a pull), alloy seatpost, and Sugino Compact Crank. I also picked up Crank Brothers blue spindle eggbeaters a couple months ago (another wanted to try) on sale. I have a wider rim 700c 7 speed cassette rear wheel I pulled of a TREK hybrid and a Sun M13II rimmed front wheel. 700 x 35 relabeled panaracer tires. I also picked up some nifty gold metallic tinted Jag brake and dérailleur cabling.
She'll really fit a niche in my stable, capable of some light trail, road. It looks like I could mount a rack, fenders, and studded tires for winter commuting.
Yep I'm excited.
Korval is Ships
See my Hyperlite 411 it's the photo model on OutRiderUSA web page