Personal preference - Hmm... of what? Please elucidate, Professor. Richard Cielec Chicago, Illinois
David Bilenkey <email@example.com> wrote: When your rear rim/tire is properly centered between your chainstays, you've got it right. As for the fore/aft adjustment I've always assumed that was a personal preference issue related to tire size, stay length and road surface conditions.
David Bilenkey Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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> Subject: [CR]Proper Use Drop-out Adjusters
> OK, really remedial query.
> Can someone explain proper use and setting of the rear drop-out
> adjusters? HOw does one know they got it right?
> Richard Cielec
> Chicago, Illinois