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What ultegra di2 rear deraileur will work with an 11 speed 11-28 cassette long or short cage

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The short cage would would up to a 28 tooth but it might be a bit sloppy. I would suggest moving up to the long cage to give yourself a bit more flexability as far as gear ratios is concerned in the rear.

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Hi, this is a common problem, 1st make sure that the part that changes the gears is free to move so push it with your hand and make sure its still free to move up and down the gears, if this is ok and chances are it is then the problem you are having is with the selector itself, the part you push to change up or down the gears, their are plastic teeth inside it will push the gear up to change gear and then locks on the position but over time the edges become rounded and it no longer locks allowing you to change up to the next gear, their is no way of repairing it you would need to buy a new gear selector and replace it with yours, it would also be worth replacing the cable to make sure its not fraid anywhere and not tight in any of the tubes it runs through.

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The real question here is - are you having a problem and how can it be fixed?

Even full gruppos can cause users to ask us for adjustment advice.

OTOH, theoretically incompatible parts like Campi shifters and Shimano derailleurs can be made to work. I have several such pairings that work flawlessly. But then, I'm running 9-speed.

The thinner you go with cassette cogs the finer and less fault-tolerant everything has to work together.

As is attested to here: http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index.php/t-623547.html

"AFAIK, there is no change to the RD's actuation ratio, so it should work."

http://cycle.shimano-eu.com/publish/content/global_cycle/en/nl/index/tech_support/faq_s/compatibility.download.-Par70parsys-0024-downloadFile.html/Road_charts_2009.pdf

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/rear-derailler-adjustments-derailleur

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The real question here is - are you having a problem and how can it be fixed?

Even full gruppos can cause users to ask us for adjustment advice.

OTOH, theoretically incompatible parts like Campi shifters and Shimano derailleurs can be made to work. I have several such pairings that work flawlessly. But then, I'm running 9-speed.

The thinner you go with cassette cogs the finer and less fault-tolerant everything has to work together.

As is attested to here: http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index.php/t-623547.html

"AFAIK, there is no change to the RD's actuation ratio, so it should work."

http://cycle.shimano-eu.com/publish/content/global_cycle/en/nl/index/tech_support/faq_s/compatibility.download.-Par70parsys-0024-downloadFile.html/Road_charts_2009.pdf

http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/rear-derailler-adjustments-derailleur

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The RD6600 will only handle a 27T gear so no to 11/28.
The RD6700 will handle the 28T gear so yes to 11/28

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The ST6600 will work fine with the RD6700.
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There is no need to change your shiftlevers.

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