Yes all Potenza
I put it on that Fuji Roubaix Elite Frame we talked about
Great frame & stiffer than older model...not the the old model wasn't stiff enough
But great frame really like it.
Yes all Potenza
Yeah I think I can also tell usually by looking & to tell the truth I have never had a new frame with a bent hanger...not to say it couldn't happenbm0p700f wrote: ↑Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:21 amActually I can spot bent hangers by eye. They just look wrong, small deviations need the tool to spot definitively.
My daughter dropped her bike on the mech ( orange zest) and the hanger bent. Look away Erika and bingo I had it fixed and shifting properly in a jiffy. No alignment tool. Its 1*11 too. She's 7 and loves her bike.
It might be cable friction that normally shows as hesitant shifting when going down the cassette. If it's friction you can get it shift going up normally but double shifting going down.
Hanger alignment normally shows up if it a slight bend as reasonable shift at the start but as you get to the middle of the cassette it gets nosey and double shifts or fails to shift depending on the direction of the bend.
Don't forget the "b tension" adjustment. That moves the top jockey wheel and needs to be fine tuned to get it to shift properly if fitting an 11-32t from say a 12-27t that screw will need a fettle.
Seeing how much friction was a big part of problem for me
Yes, I started with a whole new 11 speed cable set. I made every cut perfectly and enlarged the hole in the teflon liners.
Thanks all good to know & I agree seems things have gotten much tighterAJS914 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 10, 2019 5:05 amYes, I started with a whole new 11 speed cable set. I made every cut perfectly and enlarged the hole in the teflon liners.
I learned a few tricks from this page:
https://www.bikeradar.com/us/gear/artic ... ers-24781/
I hadn't known about the washers inside the ergo levers where the cables rest. The trick about bending the cable at the end where it will be cut off when installing new cables was new to me. I think I had done it previously like I would have with 10 speed which results in a slight kink near the ergo lever.
I had never had any of these problems with 7, 8, 9, or 10 speed. 11 speed with tighter tolerances just seems to need more finesse and attention to detail during install.