Question about Shimano Cycling
Generally there is no much difference, but as I remember in acera they have different sizes: the bigger one goes to the bottom (down), smaller one goes up.
As for offset you'll just have to readjust your rear derailleur. (If you disassembled it you'll have to readjust it anyway so no big deal)
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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