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Old 04-18-13, 09:54 PM
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Originally Posted by shepherdsflock View Post
I really doubt that this is a chain crossing issue. That is almost non-existent with modern drive trains. It sounds to me like you've had some cable stretch, which is normal for a new bike that's still "breaking in". Take it to the dealer, have them adjust your shift cables and anything else that may need adjusted, and you should be good to go again for quite a while.
What is an example of a modern bike that does not have a chain crossing issue?
Mine is only a few years old and if you go past #4 on the back you will begin to rub on the front derailler unless you go to #2.
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