Question about Shimano Cycling
There are two screws that limit how far the derailer travels in both directions. Yours is apparently traveling to far out, and not far enough in. See the diagram at the link below. The two screws are identified by number 3. You will need to adjust both of them. With the chain on an intermediate gear, try turning one of them them 1/4 turn, then check the result. You'll soon get it right. Good luck.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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