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Old 07-06-06, 10:12 AM
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HardyWeinberg
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I hadn't spotted it at first but yes the derailer was hitting the teeth.

The bolt that holds the chain-moving part of the derailer to the part w/ the adjuster screws was way loose, so I tightened that up a lot and tweaked the adjusters a bit and it seems to move among the 3 chainrings now w/ no real binding (some chain moving along the side of the derailer, need to take it for a spin to get a better sense of whether it's fixed).

Thanks.
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