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PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2014 5:05 pm 
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Bike fell over yesterday and fell on left shifter, no real cosmetic damage except for small scuff on brake blade. The jolt though made the x shifting paddle completely loose. I took the lever apart according to Shimano shifter maintenance. The Y lever attaches to the X lever with 2 #5 torx screws. I do not see how the x paddle attaches to the brake assembly, it appears that it is just glued into the assembly, although I don't see any glue marks or residue. Can anyone confirm this and if so do you think just super glueing it back in place would work?


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