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Originally Posted by gvv1980 View Post
I did find a lot of responses on phantom shifting and that likely this phenomena caused by flexing of a steel frame under force of rider going uphill. What I couldn't find is any viable solutions for it. Is it just a nature of steel bikes and cannot be fixed or someone has a checklist of things that I need to go through and if not fix it forever, but minimize effect of flexing?

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Run a full length outer cable, bar to rear DR. That will separate frame flex from shifting.
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