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  • #31
    Originally posted by 66glide View Post

    What is blue?
    Midrange tension?
    I think they were actually blue/black and considered equal to stock, when stock was new 38 years ago.

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    • #32
      I am very happy to have the problem solved. There is no way I would have thought to back off the adjustment as far as I did. It could very well be the Alto Red friction discs are just thicker than the stock discs that were in there. Whatever the reason the bike is just pleasant to use.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by waltr View Post
        I am very happy to have the problem solved. There is no way I would have thought to back off the adjustment as far as I did. It could very well be the Alto Red friction discs are just thicker than the stock discs that were in there. Whatever the reason the bike is just pleasant to use.
        I just fixed my '84. Tossed the kevlar junk and put my old worn stock fibers back and set it up as I usually do.
        It is now pleasant to shift and find neutral.
        Mine does fall under the lesson of, "if it ain't broke"...
        "LAME DOUCHE CANOE"
        "VAGINA"

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        • #34
          I just wanted to check back and let all know that the shifting and neutral issues I was having are gone. Finding neutral is OK while stopped and a breeze when rolling. Gear noise especially in 3'rd seems excellent. If on PA 2 lane with hills I run 3'rd if I am below 50MPH.

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