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Originally Posted by luevelvet View Post


There are a few other shops around so youíre right, I can just take it in and pay them to iron it out. I did want to use this as an opportunity to learn more this stuff myself. Iím a hands on kind of fella and like to be able to do general maintenance stuff on my own. Of course if I canít figure it out no matter what weíll have to take her in and have a professional assess the situation. Iím sure theyíve been seeing a good number of Fuji bikes since Performance has stopped servicing their former customers lol
It is great that you want to learn these things. I would suggest that you follow the Park Tool procedures for adjusting your bike's shifting; as mentioned cables settle into their housings and a few simple adjustments will often set things right. Remember, your bike does shift now, so it should only take very small adjustments (1/4 turn or less at a time) to get it shifting optimally.
https://www.parktool.com/blog/repair...eur-adjustment
https://www.parktool.com/blog/repair...eur-adjustment
Their site also has a wealth of other bike maintenance and adjustment information and it would be worth your time to have a look. Good luck.
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