Michigan Mountain Biking Association
Roy wrote:Did you make sure that the new chain was the same length as the old chain?
Old shift cables are always the first suspect for bad shifting and the last one I think of. It is almost impossible to adjust the shift alignment when the cable is hanging up on dirt. It is easy to chase the shift alignment off a whole cog when you have worn cables.
Cables are cheap, replace the cables first.
Expect to replace standard cables 2 times a season. Plastic coated cables can last 3 times as long, but can cost 4 times as much.
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