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on Rear Unit
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I am going to show you how to adjust the rear derailleur on a touring or mountain bike.
- 29If you have, any questions or suggestions, please leave them in the section below.. You have been watching gVisiHow. Goodbye.So you have been watching a video on how to adjust a rear derailleur on a mountain our touring bike.
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on Front Unit
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to show you how to adjust the front derailleur on a mountain bike or touring bike. The reason we need to adjust the derailleur is that after prolonged periods of riding, it's possible for the derailleur to move out of position or to be knocked loose if riding off road. If this happens, the gears will not change properly and the chain rubs against the derailleur.
- 3If the chain is rubbing against the low end, we can turn the screw to move the low end of the derailleur out. If we turn it counter clockwise, then it moves the derailleur in towards the chain. It is the same for the high screw, if you turn it clockwise it moves it out and if you turn it counter clockwise it moves it in.In order to adjust the derailleur, we can look down the chain and see which side is too close to the chain.
- 5If you have any questions, suggestions or comments leave them in the comment box below. Thank you for choosing VisiHow.That is how to adjust the front derailleur on a mountain bike or touring bike.Advertisement
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