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Old 02-24-21, 02:40 PM
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Crankycrank
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Originally Posted by Eric S. View Post
While I do not have experience with Di2, I see that the rear derailleur does still maintain limit screws like a standard one. Sounds like an adjustment there may be what is needed.
+1. Contact the vendor or have an experienced type person check it out. May save you and the vendor a lot of unneeded effort and $.
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