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Old 04-06-14, 07:43 PM   #1
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TT shifter position clarification

It says this:

* The measuring point for the TT bar end is the tip of the gear lever in a horizontal forward position for both a manual and automatic gear shifter, the tip of the button for electronic shifters.

Pretty straight forward.

Then states this:

"All gear levers will be measured from their ends – in the case of manual gear levers, that’s when the shifters are positioned in line with the handlebar extensions"

does this mean if my extensions turn up (ski bend) that I place my shifters inline with the up turn (45 deg roughly) and the measurement is taken from the end of the shifter in that position?

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