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Old 09-26-15, 05:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Redbullet View Post
Yes, it could be the shifter. Maybe some imperfect setting. That's what I'm investigating. It might some kind of little tightening / loosening of a screw, but I don't know how to find it. It is not critical - I can always fix it by re-shifting when it happens, but I like things working as written in the manuals...
There are no settings on shifters. There are no screws that you can turn to change things. If you don't like what happens when you shift, talk to the dealer who sold the bike, or send an Email to SRAM. they are very sensitive to listening to customers. Consumer testing is the way they fix problems. Who knows? you may help next year's TDF winner

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