The proper test is to shift to the little ring and smallest cog. Unless the chain hangs loose or rubs on the upper chain guide of the RD cage, there is no reason to remove 1 inch (2 links) of chain. All you need is enough chain tension to cause the lower pulley to swing down slightly and produce a little space between the lower section of chain and the RD cage.daniell said:Should I remove another link from the chain?
It is on the big chainring and the big cog.
This is a triple crank.
Thanks, I will look at it.cxwrench said:it looks like the toothed washer under the cable anchor bolt is in the wrong position as well...i think the toothed side should be 90* from where it is now...the cable shouldn't be bent like that coming out of the anchor bolt.
Thanks again for pointing it out to me. Sheldon (I really wish he was still around)daniell said:Thanks, I will look at it.