Question about Campagnolo Chorus 10 Speed Short Cage Rear Derailleur Campy
Ok...there are usually 2 screws,one above the other.The top screw normally adjusts the deraileur so that the deraileur does not touch the spokes.the bottom screw usually adjusts the derailer so that it does not go past the smallest sprocket.One way to adjust eg(incase you have clicking sounds as you pedal) is to put the deraileur into the smallest sprocket at the back end.Flip the bike upside down so it sits on the seat and handlebars.Now get right behind the deraileur and see if the deraileur is in line with the smallest sprocket.If it is not in line,then slowly pedal the bike and adjust the screw inwards until you hear no more clicking.If you cannot get into the smallest sprocket,then,turn the screw outwards while still turning the pedals.The deraileur will slowly move outwards until it jumps into the small sprocket and no clicking sound .Vice versa for the top screw.good luck.let me no how you get on
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