Question about Shimano Cycling
Because it's been out of production for some time. There's no useful info to be had anyway. It is adjusted the same as most any rear friction derailleur. It is not useable with indexed levers (click to shift). If you really think you need info do the following Google search: "RD-TY10 site:shimano.com" and scroll through the results.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are several things that could be wrong. You could have thrown your chain (you couldn't ride at all if so). The bike could have been crashed and the derailleur bent. The cable might have slipped where it bolts to the derailleur. Or the cable or shifter could need maintenance, too. It is most likely one of the above. If it is only the adjustment, there are two stop screws on the derailleur that can be adjusted.
My best advice for you is to either find a bicycle repair manual at a local bookstore or your library that can show you some of the detail. Or just let your local bike shop do the repair.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
There is a bolt on the derailleur that holds the cable. Loosen it to remove the cable from the derailleur. If there is a cap on the cable, remove it by pinching it with a pair of pliers. i do not know what style shifters you are using, but most all of them have a plastic cap covering the port for the cable. Shift to the highest gear to prep the cable for release and remove the cap. Push the cable back into the shifter and it should come out of the port you opened. Now, slide the new cable in and pull it through its circuit of cable housings and back to the derailleur. Attach the cable and shift to the lowest gear (big cog). Now, pull the cable along the top tube or seat stay (wherever it is more accessible) away from that tube very firmly several times. This pre-stretches the cable and minimizes necessity of adjustment later. The harder you pull, the better. Once you have stretched the cable, shift to the highest gear again and release the cable on the derailleur. Adjust the barrel on the derailleur to the center of its range and turn in the one on your shifter all the way. Now, pull the cable taut and reatach it on the derailleur. You can cut the cable to length and put a cap on it now. Shift into your middle gear and use the barrel adjuster on the derailleur to align the jockey wheel over the appropriate cog of the cassette. You should be all set!
i hope this helps
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Broken inner plate can be a potential warranty. Contact your local bike shop and they can process the warranty for you, if it isn't a warranty then the same shop can order you a new plate.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
The semi-circular spacer is what holds the derailleur in the dropout. Take the part that looks like a "C" and line it up on the drop out, the spacer goes on the other side of the dropout. There should be a screw that fastens to the spacer and clamps the derailleur to the drop out.
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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