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How to align top transmission

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Hi Chady Saliba,

The top transmissions can be adjusted with a cordless drill (set to a low torque setting). Here is a link explaining the procedure in greater detail. These usually need to be readjusted after replacing a bad transmission or a replacement of a broken (or stretched) transmission cable.


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