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Will not shift into ultra low shifter is shimano tourney sis index

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There could be several reasons for the shifting to not be working properly. The most common is that there is too much slack in the cable and you need to re-tension the cable. There could also be something broken in the shifting system or bent.

Best thing to do since index shifting requires precise fixing to make work properly is too take into your local bike shop, they can diagnose the issue very quickly and let you know what is the remedy.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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