Question about Cycling
Shift your bike to its highest gear and release the cable on the rear derailleur. Adjust your shifter adjustment knob to fully turned in and the rear derailleur's adjustment knob to the middle of its range. Pull the shifter cable taut and re-tighten. Now you should be able to span your gears. Go to your middle gear and set the rear derailleur by using the adjustment knob to center the jockey wheel on the drailleur (what the chain rolls on) over the middle cassette cog. You should be good from there, but you might need to adjust the high/low settings, too, although it is doubtful. If you do, for high you want the jockey directly over the smallest cog and for low you will want it ever so slightly past the largest cog towards the spokes, but not TOO far past. i usually go 1/2 the width of the cog past it.
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