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Old 08-19-03, 11:35 AM
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What Buzz said.

Note that less expensive shifters tend to be less crisp than pricey ones, but they should still be precise. As Buzz, suggested, cable stretch may be at fault. As cables are used, they get stretched out and affect shifting quality. If you haven't ridden the bike much, it may have been set up poorly to begin with.
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