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Uniquesol Bike Derailleur Adjusting Screw Shifter Cable Adjuster Accessory Red (78008162UQSL) Reviews from YouTube

How to Adjust a Rear Derailleur – Limit Screws & Indexing
How to Adjust L and H Screw on Rear Derailleur - Gear adjustment
How to Adjust a Front Derailleur
How to adjust your derailleur for perfect shifting (indexing your derailleur) | Syd Fixes Bikes
Very helpful, thanks!
Honestly I appreciate these awesome videos so much it makes me want to buy park tools 😂 🤔
Thank you! Recently installed a new derailleur and even the manufacturer video tutorial didn't suffice in installing or adjusting it. This video showed me everything I need to know and then some. Will be my go to guide from now on!
Incredible. I did it because of you!
This video is great, thank you!
This is seriously a great freakin video. Everything explained perfectly. Thank you sir! You are priceless.
Thank you Park Tool! Guess who's a mtb shifting expert..yeah me.
easiest thing to do is take your bike to a shop. front and rear derailleurs are a joke
Excellent, detailed and easy to follow along on my phone at the workstand. I particularly like the annotated close-ups so you can more easily understand what's happening mechanically. This tutorial has sorted my bike out after being frustrated for a while - it was all about the B-Screw! Had sorted the L and the H and barrel adjuster and could never get things perfect. Then the part later on about a 5-6mm gap at the B-screw fixed it. The bike had been set up new for a 11-34 gravel cassette, with my 11-28 road cassette the B-screw gap was miles out and indexing just wouldn't sit right. Thank you PARK TOOL, my go-to resource for bike maintenance tutorials.
Ur a bloody gangsta. Love ur work
To do the setting of the H-Limit screw on which cog the chain should be in the front. I have a 3 cog in the front so should I put the chain on 2nd cog to do the setting of H-Limit or should I put it to 3rd cog
ONE OF THE BEST ADJUSTMENT VIDEO! Seriously! So clear and avesome!
This video is gold. I just saved $50 on having this done at a shop
frank zappas brother
I bought a nice looking Saracen from my pal, it was in great condition, I checked the brakes, and just tried both derailers just to make sure they weren't siezed, just a quick visual then thought I'd take it for a spin it felt really sound, so I dropped it down to 1st, there was a clatter and the whole back mech got dragged into the spokes! It was a mess everything was fucked and I was hardly moving. It cost me £100+ to replace the hanger and mech, I was disappointed that I never checked it properly, the hanger was bent over into the cogs, I won't make the same mistake again! Good bit was after new bits fitted it ran like a dream.
Thanks for this guidance on right time. I needed this one badly. Now my bike’s gears shifts much smoothly.
thank you very much I didn't spend money for a tune up ty
My gears are fine but when I'm shifting to the gears that are at 3 most outer , 3rd - 2nd - 1st smallest- there is noise , how do i fix this
I don’t know why I’m watching this at 2 in the morning, I don’t even own a bike! 😂
Mine shifts all gear really good but doesn't shift first at all
Bhai, mast limit setting video... i liked it verymuch
Thank you Aman sir Lekin sir ek problem hai mere aage wala chain uttar ja raha hai , aage wala gear nahi hai 1 रिंग वाला है , 6 gear hai sirf piche wala , mera aapse ek hi problem hai please reply me 🙏🙏🙏🙏
Please make a video on how to tight chain in gear bikes ? Microshift 3*7
When I use 1st gear chain gets remove from front axel
Mera rear gear high to low nhi kar raha hai
Bhai AK help chahiye
Thank you so much sir I have become your absolute fan♥️
Jada logo ki pas 7speed low budget ki gear cycle hen is liye tourney gear ki seting ki vdo dalo bro, hum logo ki bahut help milega.
Rear wheel ki khit khit awaj keise bandh kare.
Thanks bhai
Bhai Mera rear gear bade wale ring pe jane k baad niche nhi aata h or bahut aawaj karta h plz help me
thank you so much🙂 you really helped me alot, i am new to gear cycles and this really helped me alot
Great help brother thank you
yess, Thanks Aman bhai for this perfect video.
That was easy to understand!
Bhai front ka bhi banana! Thanks.
hi there
Sir ji jo 8 speed cassette 11-32t decathlon me milta hai wo shimano components ke saath compatible hoga kya ?
This seems complicated to do lol
Thanks, just what I needed
Very good video but easy with brand new components. But get a customer with worn out components and no money pain in the ass.
so if you're on oval front rings, does that change it? minez isn't going into the big ring no more
Excellent, I found this very helpful, Thanks
In my front derailleur grabbing to the chain pls help me
This guy could be Frank Zappa's double.
So i followed this video AND read your article on the website. Yeah…my old bike is just not fixable. The front derailleur is angled wrong, but the the screw is rusted (or otherwise stuck) shut. Can’t adjust the positioning on the frame at all. It’s also a bit low I think. I’ve tuned it to optimize front gear 1. On gear 2 setting, it actually goes onto the biggest gear (3). And I think the cable tension is too high, cause it cannot be put onto gear 3 using the shifter twist knob. I had to tighten the cable cause it was much to loose - via both the knob and the actual hex nut and screw. The cable was just dangling, actually hitting the frame on bumps (on gear 1). The L screw worked beautifully. The H screw works but only when it’s on “2” officially, on largest gear. It goes onto the middle gear when the shifter is between 1 and 2, but frankly there’s no satisfying click so I just won’t use gears 2-3. Like I said, it’s my old bike. I had inquired at my LBS but the price of a tune up would be almost the purchase price of this thing. Ironically, setting up my shiny new bike taught me enough and gave me enough confidence to start fixing up the old bike. So now I’ve got a nice shiny pretty good weather bike, and an all weather mucky bike - with the squealing front brakes still (despite cleanings and sandpapering and attempts at adjusting). I really want to sell the old bike, but oops, bought a new seat for it. How did that happen? Also picked up a couple bike lights, to match both bikes. And new rim brakes may be in my Amazon cart… Hmmm…. Well, always good to have a backup? After all, at my skill level, I don’t foresee the need for more than gear 1 in front and gears 2 to 4 (of 7) in back. Once I get fitter, I’ll adjust it to permanently optimize gear 2 front and use gears 1 and up in back. Well, maybe not gear 7, just to avoid falling chains. For now, riding on pavement, even up and down hills, I think I’ll be okay with 1 x 2-3. Hopefully. On the new bike, front is single gear, thankfully. Whew. Easy to use. Plus it’s new so the tensions and stuff is done for me already.
My old bike’s front deraileur seems to have 1 too far in (chain hits it when bike hits bump), gear 2 setting is actually gear 1 centered properly, gear 3 setting is gear 2, and the shifter goes beyond gear 3 setting to an unnumbered area for gear 3… it works I guess. Right now, I’m not experienced enough to do more than leave it on gear 1 in the front (setting 2) and use settings 2-4 on the front shifter. But I’ll have to fix the front derailleur one day. When I have the energy.
U making airoplane for me
What should I do when I can't loosened up the cable until there's no more movement in the indexing adjustment?? My bike seems can't be loosen more until there's no more movement... Please help me!!!
I have giant cypress 3x8 acera never rub the chain even cross chain .but I have apollo trace 10 new one with tourney tz 3x7 rear derailleur perfect but front rubbing when cross chain hate it
Many Thanks for this extra ordinary video. 👍👍
Excellent video. Really helped me out. Thank You.
What are the torque specs for the various bolts that you're checking? It would have helped if they were mentioned in the video.
So, now we know what really happened to Frank Zappa.
this might sound silly, but having looked at all the manuals and various videos there is no clear indication on cable routing through the derailleur for down-pull on the multi type.
Question: Which derailleur should be adjusted first?
great video, thank you! Surprised to see your example bike having a cassette wobble more than my Walmart MTB. I found that problem on many bikes and as engineer I think this is due to a bottom quality cassettes. Is that considered normal in the industry?
Can you please make a video for Shimano R8000 front derailleurs?!
I appreciated the careful explanation of how the barrel adjuster affects the derailleur. Thanks!
Great video!
😄 Nice, thx!
The great dynamic between these two people and the guy's incredible knowledge makes for very good instructional videos. Please keep up the good work. This is the best derailleur video I ever saw! Thank you.
Limit screws and barrel adjusters were black magic to me for years. Especially with my old 27 speed, where the front & back settings can kinda influence the opposites range. With a 12 speed it's a lot easier. My new bike was delivered without being able to drop into the hardest gear, so I had to figure this out. Thanks for the informative video, makes it a lot simpler to understand. The B-Limit screw was completely new to me. Also sometimes the derailleur may be a bit stiff, or clogged up with mud, so before tinkering make sure to clean it properly and get some lube in all the moving bits.
That is science
You will need your brain lol :P
How do you find out b-screw clearance?
Great video, but I think more should have been made of the fact that so many times the reason for poor shifting is the cable not running smoothly through the cable outer esp. the one nearest the derailleur due to rust, crud etc. A simple replacement of this cable outer and possibly the cable will transform the shifting once correct cable tension is set.
Awesome explanation. This really helps, and makes it easy to understand. Thanks!
Excellent. The experimentation was a great way to teach you self how (what what). If you don't mess with these things for months it's easy to forget some of these fine details. Well done.
i watched this video soooo many times and each time i understood it more
I have low end shifters (Shimano Altus), but they have indicators on them, so I always know what gear I'm in and where the chain should be. I don't get why better shifters don't have indicators. BTW, I love your videos.
Great walk through 👌
Thank you much for this video. I now have convenience in making these adjustments...
I don't need a video on how stupid she is. Just tell us what to do!!
I learned from this video more than any other video. Great job on making it easy to understand.
Havnt been able to index gears for about 7 years. By far the best explanation of everything I've seen. Fair play guys! Finally got them running smooth without bringing it to the bike shop to fix what I made worse!😂
Thanks for demystifying this one. Great vid.
Turning the barrel tension adjustment direction is counter intuitive All I know is turning the nut clockwise moves the chain down the cassette. Counter clockwise moves the chain up the cassette. Easy to understand.

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