Question about Royal Cycling
Take a look at the diagram in this link, see the two screws identified as Number 3.
You need to adjust both screws, since one adjusts how far in the derailer goes, and the other adjusts how far out it goes. Start with the bike in a mid-gear and turn one of them 1/4 turn. Check the result. Proceed by trial and error. Good luck. If you found this helpful, please vote. Al K
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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