Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

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Proz
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Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

Postby Proz » Thu May 15, 2014 13:15 pm

Hello ...
Anyone used these and more importantly how are they installed.
When turned one end moves in and out so does the end that moves go at the shifter end of the cable or at the derailleur end ?
Should they be installed fully wound in or fully extended ?
The supplied instructions are a bit vague.

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monkimark
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Re: Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

Postby monkimark » Thu May 15, 2014 13:29 pm

If they're the same as the one I have on my bike, it goes in the middle of the cable (can't remember if it came with the cables or with the brakes so could be Avid rather than Jagwire).

I could take a picture if that helps.

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Re: Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

Postby Proz » Thu May 15, 2014 13:47 pm

monkimark wrote:If they're the same as the one I have on my bike, it goes in the middle of the cable (can't remember if it came with the cables or with the brakes so could be Avid rather than Jagwire).

I could take a picture if that helps.


I know where im going to install them on my road bike .... im just unsure of how to install them :?
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Re: Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

Postby Sandyballs » Thu May 15, 2014 19:35 pm

I fit them with the thread in the middle therefore I can increase or decrease tension. As for which way round it's personal preference I have the moving ferrule to the rear of the cable flow just cos I think it looks better that way.

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Re: Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

Postby Proz » Fri May 16, 2014 07:11 am

Sandyballs wrote:I fit them with the thread in the middle therefore I can increase or decrease tension. As for which way round it's personal preference I have the moving ferrule to the rear of the cable flow just cos I think it looks better that way.


Thanks ... that's the type of info I was looking for .
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Re: Jagwire Thinline Inline Adjusters

Postby Gozzy » Sat May 17, 2014 19:40 pm

You should be fitting them with the thread screwed in, same as you would with the barrel adjuster on the rear mech. You shouldn't need to decrease tension after attaching a cable.


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