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Old 07-16-19, 08:20 PM
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gvv1980
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Originally Posted by Andrew R Stewart View Post
Detach the rear shift cable from the der and secure it with masking tape to the stays. Take a short piece of inner cable with a head on one end. Thread it through your der's casing stop/adjuster so the cable head is nestled inside the stop. With your hands shift the der into a central cog and while holding it there secure the cable to the anchor bolt. You can use the cable adjuster to trap the der directly under the cog, effectively creating a single speed. Now go out and ride in the way that would have caused the ghost shifting. You won't get any because the cable is no longer tugging on the shift lever. Andy
Interesting solution. I will try it for my next hilly ride. Thank you.
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