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Originally Posted by Metaluna View Post
If possible, look into using lower gearing and spinning up the hills more. This should result in torquing the rear end less, so less flexing, therefore less ghost shifting, rear brake rotor rubbing, etc.
It will also be easier on your knees and better for your cardiovascular system.
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